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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-654

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f 1x1V FACULTY OF THEOLOGY Discuss the Greek of the following μη μετζωρίζζσββ καϊ ηρζαντο άπο μιας παραιΤ Ϊσθαι πάντες el μύΧος ονικος περίκβιται 7repl τον τράχηΧον αυτού κα μ τα ταύτα φαγβσαι κα πίεσαι συ υπωπιάζη μ το καΚουμβνορ Ελαίων 67τι της βάτου καϊ προσίθϊτο πέμψαι ζτζρον δούλοι What points of contact does this portion of St Luke present with the teaching of St Paul and how do you account for them What objections have been made to the second cleansing of the Temple to the moral bearings of our Lord's teaching How would you meet them Estimate the significance of Professor Harnack's recent pamphlet in relation to the facts of the Gospels and the Person of our Lord 10 Give briefly the chief characteristics of our Four Gospels and 'compare them with the earliest Apostolic preaching 11 Examine carefully the testimony of Justin Martyr in its relation to our Gospels II -$iv$t 2Bpt tle to tije Corintfjians Give some account of the inhabitants of Corinth and show how their characteristics are reflected in this Epistle Give the probable contents of the lost letter of St Paul to the Corinthians and of that of the Corinthians to St Paul ןוr i- vf' How does St Paul contrast human wisdom with divine What limits does he lay down in ch vi to the exercise of Christian liberty in things indifferent and how does he distinguish things really indifferent from others which had been wrongly classed with them Comment on the following passages giving the Greek if possible and new rendering if desirable all that in every place call upon the name of Jesus Christ our Lord both theirs and ours
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