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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-556

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554 theological department 12 Trace briefly through the New Testament the chief historical and doctrinal notices of Baptism Explain clearly what is the true nature of Regeneration VII -article XXVIIL-XXXIII Quote accurately in English and Latin Art XXVIII "On the Lord's Supper distinguishing its positive and negative statements What is the actual history of the theories of Transubstantiation and Consubstantiation" Examine carefully the Scriptural teaching on this subject Compare it with the declarations of the Church of England in the Service and Catechism On what promise of our Lord does the belief in His "Real Presence" depend Note the distinguishing character- istics of Sacramental Grace What are the declarations of the Church of England on Eucharistic Adoration Show that Art XXIX is necessary corollary of Art XXVIII To what extent is the quotation from St Augustine doubtful Examine by comparison with other passages of the phrase ένοχο τον σώματος καϊ τον αίματος τον Κυρίου In what senses can the word "sacrifice" he applied to the Service of tbe Holy Communion Illustrate your answer by reference to the chief ancient Liturgies How do they bear 011 the practice of "non-communicating attendance" Trace the history of enforced celibacy of the clergy in the AVestern Church and its effects on the clergy and on the Church Examine theoretically and historically the right of Excom- munication in the Church AVhat does Excommunication properly imply What corruptions or perversions of it grew up in later times What is meant by the "godly discipline" of the primitive Church How far is it essential to the being of Church
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