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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1890-1891-727

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What THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT Ixv practical difficulties are involved in the require- ment of three sponsors for every child to be baptized In what respect might the Rubric be altered without departing from' Catholic rule Is it desirable to attempt such an alteration 10 How would you meet the following fallacies Ci never go to church can read my Bible and pray to God at home don't like the forms and ceremonies at church So go il My faith justifies me in the sight of need of Sacraments can never finally fail tl You cannot prove that there is have no God and it is absurd to believe what cannot be proved ×™ XI -fcomtltfttfS Describe and account for the general tone and character- istics of preaching in England during the early part of the om rary writers Archbishop Tillotson though he lived and died in the seventeenth century is yet the most representative preacher of the eighteenth Discuss this statement and remark upon the chief characteristics of Tillotson's preaching Relate fully the history and estimate the influence of the City Lectureships of Lady Huntingdon's Preachers Will life and thought of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Illustrate from their preaching and from their devo- tional writings the relation of the Evangelicals of the eighteenth century to the Puritans of the seventeenth and to the Methodists of their own time "The Evangelical movement gave birth to new philanthropy but was the grave of theological learning Consider the grounds and the accuracy of this assertion
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