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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-559

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THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT 559 Write out in all its parts נחה Add the affixes to Translate into Hebrew When David fled from his son Absalom he sung this beau- tiful song to the praise of his merciful God and confessed his many and great sins saying Be merciful unto me Ο Lord for Thy name sake III -ftntrottuctton to tyt j3efo Ctotament To what source may we ascribe the element of narrative common to the first three Gospels What traces of such an element are found in the Acts and ill the Epistles What do we know of the life of St Matthew With what other Apostles may he have been connected by ties of blood What are the chief characteristics of his Gospel With what Apostles may we connect the Gospels of St Mark and St Luke On what grounds How far is this seen in the plan and purpose of each of the two Gospels Trace the history of St Luke and examine the opportu- nities which he had for collecting the materials of his Gospel What portions of our Lord's work and teaching are found in his Gospel only What do you know of St 'John's life subsequent to our Lord's Ascension On what grounds has the authorship of St John's Gospel been questioned Show that assuming the authorship it supplies missing links of evidence that throw light upon the narratives of the other three What incidental notices in St John's Gospel indicate that the writer was Jew- native of Palestine-and within the inner circle of our Lord's disciples What appears to have been the main scope and purpose of St John's Gospel How far is it likely or unlikely that he was acquainted with the Synoptic Gospels
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