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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1893-1894-803

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FACULTY OF THEOLOGY lxxxi What evidence remains to show the nature of th ceremonies formerly connected with Ordination Show that our Ordinal contains all that is essential Show from the Ordinal what is the mind of our Church in regard to regular study after Ordination the proper duties of the Deacon and the time of continuance in the Diaconate the relation of the Presbyter to the Bishop the teaching office of the minister Examine the statement that the Christian ministry is presented in the New Testament under two chief aspects presidency and service How do these characteristics appear in our ordinal 10 Give summary of the Preface to the Ordinal with brief outline of its history Indicate and account for any changes made at the last Revision 11 Show that no valid objection lies against Anglican orders in respect of succession or jurisdiction IX Ā£ ah atactic at Htstori Section Trace some of the causes at work in the 4th century which added special authority to the Roman See Sketch the progress of monasticism in the west in the 4th century Give short account of any two of the following Eusebius of Ca3sarea Basil the Great Gregory of Nyssa Gregory of Nazianzun Examine the relations of St Chrysostom with the Court of Constantinople or those of St Ambrose with the Court of Milan
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