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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-528

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524 THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT the forerunner is for us entered even Jesus made an high priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec The chief sources of various readings with examples Give an account of the chief critical editions of the New Testament -article II-VII Explain and compare with one another the aspects of the Atonement as Redemption as Propitiation and as Mediation Examine the words in which Article II sets forth this doctrine What is the history of the Article He descended into Hell in the Apostles' Creed On what authority of Holy Scrip- ture does it rest What is its importance in the cycle of Chris- tian doctrine Give general sketch with fex illustrations of the various lights in which the Resurrection is set forth in the various books of the New Testament What consequences does St Paul declare to follow from denial of it What is revealed and what is declared to be necessarily unknown as to the Last Judgment To what extent is the doctrine of the Holy Spirit doctrine Of "Natural Religion Of the Old Testament Draw out from our Lord's own teaching the revelation of the person and the office of the Holy Ghost What is the relation between the offices of the two Paracletes What is meant by the Mystery of the Holy Trinity By what method is it taught in Holy Scripture and in the earliest creeds Give careful analysis of the part of the Athanasian Creed" which relates to this subject Note the theological history of the words Person and Substance What is declared and what is necessarily implied in the words of Article VI as to the sufficiency of Holy Scripture How far do the words of which there was never any doubt in the Church require qualification as to any books of our Old and New Testament Canons
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