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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-726

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IxiV THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT Explain the statement that ς the credibility of Beligion arising from experience and facts here considered is fully sufficient to engage men to live in the general practice of all piety and virtue What are the proper motives to Beligion י X- pastoral 2Buttr£ Show from Holy Scripture from the practice of the whole Church and from our own Prayer-book that regular visitation is chief duty of the parish priest Can it be delegated to district visitors In visiting the sick what are the special objects to be kept in view How should the Visitation Offices be employed Illustrate from them the care of the Church for everyday morality Discuss the necessity of carefully-kept parish books in relation to systematic visiting and give practical suggestions for their arrangement and preservation What personal qualifications are needed for successful parish visitor Show the imperative need of regularity and method in visiting Within what limits is it the Pastor's duty to visit the houses of "them that are without as for instance Boman Catholics strict Nonconformists or Secularists To what extent is it desirable to enter into controversy when visiting How can the duty of visitation be most usefully dis- charged to the richer classes to the men of the poorer classes to young people employed in shops or ware- houses Discuss the advisability of giving or withholding money relief at pastoral visits to the poor How far is it the fact that the cultured classes are ceasing to attend public worship in this country To what causes would you trace this and how would you seek to check it
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