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theological department lxxxvii How far is it true that seasons of penitence such as Lent are easier to the preacher than seasons of gladness Point out the practical bearing of Ascension-tide and Trinity Sunday Suggest in detail course of preaching and instruction for Holy Week 110 would you propose to observe Easter Even Η ow would you meet in Lenten sermon the state- ments that one time of the year is no holier than another that people cannot be penitent to order at given signal that the confessions and penitential formularies of our Prayer-book are overstrained and unreal XL- oofeer Book Ch -VIII Give Hooker's general explanation of goodness In what sense is it true that all things that are are good What is the ultimate end of human desires What social cravings of human nature does Hooker explain by th principle Explain and examine Hooker's distinction between reason and sensible capacity What is the relation between will understanding and reason Distinguish between will and appetite Explain the statement that goodness doth not move by being but by being apparent What consequences follow from this consideration Explain the term "καλοκαγαθία and show its appro- priateness What are the two ways of discerning goodness Which does Hooker chiefly follow and why Explain the definition law therefore generally taken is directive rule unto goodness of operation '' Apply it in various instances
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