I don’t want to damn with faint praise, because the contemporary Christian music scene from the 80s and 90s deserved a lot of the criticism it got. For example, I consider Amy Grant a harbinger of the nominally Christian proto-thots who now populate the various phone dating apps. But all that criticism aside, the best artist contemporary Christian music produced was Rich Mullins, a genuine musical genius, and this is one of his best songs.
The verses are very close to the Apostles’ Creed, so after you’ve heard this a few times you’ll have memorized something very close to it, and then you can read the real thing and practice it a couple of times to memorize the small adjustments. (The chorus is from Chesterton’s Orthodoxy.)
(Since you didn’t ask, my favorite Rich Mullins song is Quoting Deuteronomy to the Devil.)
A note for parents: You should occasionally blast a playlist of great music throughout your house for a couple of hours as part of your kids’ indoctrination, and this would fit perfectly into that playlist. Maybe make a habit of doing this during the daily chore of cleaning up the disaster zone your kids created the previous day. My parents used to do that with a few classical music songs (e.g. Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Jesu, Joy of Men’s Desiring) and a few different Christian artists and all of it is now permanently fossilized in the once-impressionable depths of my brain. You couldn’t ask for an easier win.