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THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 433 II -CranSlatr into Latin Religion may be considered under two general beads The first comprehends what we are to believe the other what we are to practise By those things which we are to believe mean whatever is revealed to us in the holy writings and which we could not have obtained the knowledge of by the light of nature by the things which we are to practise mean all those duties to which we are directed by reason or natural religion The first of these shall distinguish by the name of faith the second hy that of morality If we look into the more serious part of mankind we find many who lay so great stress upon faith that they neglect morality and many who build so much upon morality that they do not pay due regard to faith The perfect man should be defective in neither of these particulars as will be very evident to those who consider the benefits which arise from each of them and which shall make the subject of this day's paper Notwithstanding this general division of Christian duty into morality and faith and that they have both their peculiar ex- celleucies the first has the pre-eminence in many resptcte III Liturgical atiU Uomilttic Ctjtolngy i"01NT out any instance in the ancient world Jewish or Gentile in which feast upon sacrifice is connected with the notion of covenant or communion with God Show that the words Sacrificium and θυσία are used in wider sense than the English Sacrifice What are the general principles which should guide us in estimating the fitness of Liturgy for the use of the Christian Church Give the etymology and the proper meaning of the' word Liturgy What leading particulars as to early forme of service do gather from the New Testament from Pliny Justin Martyr and Cyril of Jerusalem respectively What are the principal families of Liturgies Mention any Ε Ε
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