Quite simply, three of the most important and well-known confessions of the Reformed faith. The Augsburg Confession is the earliest of the three and is the primary confession of the Lutheran Church. The Heidelberg Catechism was a response written by Zacharias Ursinus and consists of 129 questions and answers. The Westminster Confession is the best known and begins with "What is the chief end of man? Man's chief end is to glorify God, and enjoy Him forever."
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There is no way to skip from section to section. The book is only divided into three tracks. You would think each track would be at the beginning of the 3 confessions, but no, right in the middle. So you’ll have to guess where you are in the three confessions. The reader mispronounces Westminster, which makes me wonder about trustworthiness of this publication. This version has 38 chapters to the WCF, as the one I’m familiar with has 33.