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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-657

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FA '1ז Ι ΓΥ OF Til Kc ΟΥ Ιχνϋ IV -fcoohti ecclesiastical Doliti Explain Hooker's account of the nature of goodness What are the ways of discerning goodness Explain the statement that the general and perpetual voice of men is as the sentence of God Himself י' Explain Hooker's definition of law generally taken '1 and apply it to the various subjects with which he deals iive examples of the truth that the main principles of reason are in themselves apparent 91 State the main truths respecting our duty towards God and towards man which Hooker regards as evident to natural reason What are the various kinds of sentences of reason What is law of reason and by what marks are such laws known What is the explanation of the ignorance of moral duties among men -lamination in lijr Srttrltf State the main principles which Luther asserted respect- ing the Holy Communion Explain the opposition between his teaching and that of Xwingli on the subject Explain the teaching of Calvin respecting the nature of the presence of our Lord's Body and Blood Explain the significance of the origin of the feast of Corpus Christ'i in relation to the character and tlie age of the doctrine it celebrates Show the bearing of the truth of our Lord's Ascension upon the points at issue between ourselves and Koine on this subject Explain the relation of our Lord's discourse in the Gtli Chapter of St John to the Holy Communion Explain the doctrine of the English Church respecting our spiritually feeding upon our Lord's Body and lilood in the Holy Communion
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