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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-79

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theological department any Bishop to whom such Student may apply to be admitted as Candidate for Holy Orders The two Archbishops and most of the Bishops recog- nize as qualified for admission as Candidates for Holy Orders those Students who have received the College Associateship and Certificate VII books recommended The following List of Books is recommended to the Theo- logical Students of King's College as containing those most likely to be helpful to them The letters and Β indicate respectively in each subject what books the Student should if possible get for himself as all but indispensable and those which it will be enough for him to consult in the College Library or elsewhere As general guide to his studies he is recommended to the Outlines of Theological Study compiled by the Committee of the Conference upon the training of Candidates for Holy Orders published by Deighton Bell Co and by Parker Co to which he is also recommended for general guidance by the Council of the Preliminary Examina- tion of Candidates for Holy Orders -Dogmatic Theology and Evidences Bishop Browne's Exposition of the 39 Articles Welchman on the Thirty-nine Articles Pearson on the Creed Mill's Analysis of Pearson Hooker's Works Keble's Edition and Hooker Book Church's Edition Butler's Analogy and Sermons Paley's Evidences β Field Of the Church Dr Thomas Jackson's works Hardwick History of the Thirty-Nine Articles Waterland on the Eucharist Bull Fidei Nicsense Defensio Harvey Ecclesise Anglican98 Vindex Catholicus
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