Handbook of Graduated Questions Upon the Catechism of the Church of England. [2 Issues]

Handbook of Graduated Questions Upon the Catechism of the Church of England. [2 Issues]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1871 edition. Excerpt: ...of him? (xviii. 14.) Tell me some other rebels mentioned in Scripture? (Numb, xvi.) What became of them? Now what should we learn from all this How are we to act towards our governors, &c.? Whom do you mean by governors? Who are your teachers? Whom do you mean by spiritual pastors? What is a pastor? (One who feeds and tends a flock.) Give me another name? (Shepherd.) Why are the clergy called spiritual pastors? Where do they feed their flocks with spiritual food? (In the Word and Sacraments? ) What should you do to your pastors? What do you mean by submit? Why should you do so? (Heb. xiii., 17.) Who else are you to submit yourselves to? To whom does this apply? What do you mean by a servant? T Division 2. Would the word be applicable to the Prime Minister?.Why? 1. Ought servants to submit to bad masters? (i Pet. ii., 18.) Ought they if their masters tell them to do anything wrong? Why? (Acts v., 29.) 2. How does St. Paul say that servants should submit to their masters? (Eph. vi., 5--7.) Tell me the names of some bad servants mentioned in the Scripture. (Gen. xiii., 7.) Why were they bad? Another. (2 Sam. xvi., 1.) Why was he bad? (xix., 26.) Another. (2 Kings v., 20, ) Whywashebad? (20--25.) Tell me the names of some good servants. (Gen. xxiv.; Acts vii., 9, 10; 2 Kings v., 2--4.) I Who was the best servant of all? (Luke xxii., 27.) What should we learn from his example? (Phil, ii., 5--7.) How are we to act towards our betters? What do you mean by that? (Be respectful to them.) Whom do you mean by betters? (Superiors in station.) Now we have learned so much of our duty to our neighbour, tell me which commandment teaches it. (5M.) Whom may we not hurt? In what way? What should we do rather than hurt them? But if they hurt us may we not...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236954251