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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-712

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66 THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT Illustrate the statement that temptations from within and from without coincide and mutually imply each other Compare the way in which men behave in their temporal and religious states of trial Show that our condition low and careful and uncertain as it is does not afford any just ground of complaint The thing here insisted upon is that the state of trial which religion teaches us we arc in is rendered credible How is it so rendered credible XL-Saatoral J3uttr£ Discuss the following statements 'The Anglican curate has the power of choosing his sphere of work to an extent unknown in any other religious body one more example of the wisdom of the English Church Outward circumstances are now seen to have much to do with the formation of character Make bad circumstances better and you will assuredly make character better in future generations if not to-day 'The Nonconformist pastor is but the minister of congregation The English clergyman is the minister of parish י Show the value of the regular use of the Daily Services of the Church in regard to personal character pastoral work Investigate the grounds and truth of the assertion that we do not read or know the Bible to the same extent as did our forefathers What are the considerations which should chiefly govern the choice of first curacy Show the importance of such choice יל- Show the importance of pastoral dealing with indi- viduals Give suggestions as to methods difficulties dangers &c
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