An Ecumenical Catechism for the Modern-day Successors of the English Reformation

A 16-session catechism programme for Anglicans, Plymouth Brethren, Methodists, Pentecostals, Congregationalists, Baptists and Adventists, as well as Christians from new movements, who trace their Christian heritage back to the English Reformation; designed to effectively prepare our youth for life in our secular and cosmopolitan world, and in a modern and ecumenical church, with everything they need to know.

Write 4 Different Catechisms corresponding with the stages of development.

Jungian Animus Development / Attributes of God / Hindu Varna

1. Shudra – To Have: Power (Enforcement): Willing to use brute Force to enforce personal decisions within the structure of your culture.

2. Vaishya – To Do: Action (Potency): Commitment to leave your comfort zone and explore the structure of your culture. Rejection of Stagnation.

3. Kshatriya – To Go: Clarity (Science): Precise and cautious understanding that allows for effective interaction and negotiation with the structure of your culture. Rejection of Escapism.

4. Brahmin – To Be: Meaning (Presence): Non-combative will to embrace, that embodies, carries and takes full responsibility for the entire weight of the structure of your culture. Rejection of objectification.