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3G8 THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT to martyrdom and so receiveth no one in opposition to this teaching This is that teaching which do not now say foretold that heresies should come but from which heresies proceeded forth But these were not of her from the time when they began to be against her Even from the seed of the cultivated rich necessary olive the rough wild olive ariseth even from the kernel of the most delightful and most sweet fig springeth the empty and useless wild-fig So also heresies are of our fruit not of our kind of the seed of truth hut through falsehood wild III -ffibi&tnaa of Ci riĀ£Stiantt1 Mention briefly some of the principal opinions which have been held respecting the origin of the Universe By what arguments would you endeavour to establish the fact of Creation Mention and answer some of the principal objections which have been brought in modem times against the Mosaic narrative of the Creation How far is the credit of Scripture affected by discrepancies between its statements and the discoveries of modern science Show that there is good reason for believing apart from Revelation that all mankind are descended from single pair IV Pastoral Ctjtologij What indications does the Prayer-book present of the desire of the Reformers to promote the Religious Education of the people The history of Litanies What is the derivation of the word What were the chief objections against the Prayer Book discussed in the Hampton Court Conference What part did the king take in the discussion
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