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This booklet prints the Founders' Day address delivered by Dr. James Iley McCord at Ursinus College on November 4, 1962. The speech details the distinguishing characteristics of the Heidelberg Catechism. The booklet also contains an outline of Zacharias Ursinus' educational career as well as a history of educational institutions in Collegeville.
Ursinus College, Founders Day, Zacharias Ursinus, Heidelberg Catechism, James McCord, Reformed Church
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McCord, James Iley, "The Heidelberg Catechism: An Ecumenical Confession" (1962). Founders’ Day Programs and Addresses. 69.
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