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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-710

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64 THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT VIII -GSe 9raper 300ft Write historical notes upon the direction that the Communion in both hinds shall be delivered to the people into their hands all meekly kneeling What is the history of the declaration on kneeling What was the position of the Lord's Prayer in the Ancient Liturgies By what accompaniments was it usually marked Compare our own use How is the Great Oblation represented in our Order Give the version of the phrases hoc sacrifieium laudis -ut omni henedictione caelesti et gratia repleamur-non aestimator meriti sed veniae largitor and the history of the first of the three Give some account of the origin and early use of the Gloria in excelsis Note any points in which the Greek Latin and English of this hymn differ from one another and comment upon the divergences Discuss from the historical point of view the rubric which requires the laity to communicate at the least three times in the year and that which forbids the remains of the consecrated elements to be carried out of the Church What evidence remains to shew the nature of the ceremonies anciently used at Ordinations Prove that our Ordinal retains all that is essential Examine the import of the first question which is put by the Bishop to those who are to be made Deacons and of the words which accompany the imposition of hands at the Ordering of Priests Shew that "from the Apostles' time there have beer these Orders of Ministers in Christ's Church-Bishops Priests and Deacons Shew that from the first institution of the Episcopal Order the right of ordaining has belonged exclusively to the Bishops of the Church 10 Shew that no valid objection lies against Anglican Orders in respect of succession or of jurisdiction
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