Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing (epiphany) of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ; Titus 2:13
With what Scriptures was he refuted by antitypical Elizur?
(7) When was the next attack launched? By whom? What was his doctrine called? What did he deny? What did he teach as to the Father, Son and Spirit? How did antitypical Elizur refute the errors as to their being no Logos and no Logos' work before the carnation? By what two arguments did he refute the error that there was no Father during the days of Christ's flesh? By what two ways did he refute the thought that there is no Christ since Pentecost?
(8)When was another attack on our Lord's office made? By what theory? How was it refuted? Who were its three main teachers? What was creditable in Praxeas? Who was his opponent? Who was Beryllus' opponent? What creditable thing did Beryllus do? Who was Noëtus' opponent?
(9) Describe Paul of Samosata according to Studies, Vol. Il. How was he an opponent to the Logos doctrine? Like what moderns did he think on the Logos? How, like them, did he treat the Logos Scriptures? What was his view? With what did it do away? What were his talents? What did he do with these talents to antitypical Elizur? Describe antitypical Elizur's controversy with him. What was its outcome?
(10) What has since been done with Christ's office before and after the Reformation? What has antitypical Elizur done with them? What has been done with his arguments by members of other denominations? What have these not done to his arguments? Give an illustration of such use of his arguments. What does antitypical Elizur still do? What did he antitype in these controversies?
(11)What else has he offered? Of what was this the antitype? What was the character of his instructions in righteousness? What lesson did he draw from Christ's pre-existent joy in creative works? His obedience in them? His efficiency in them and in the Old Testament revelation? His willingness to be carnate?
(12) What lesson did he draw from Christ's consecration? From His faithfulness? From His graces and fruits of the Spirit manifest in His office works? As what
did he hold Him up? What lesson did he draw from His laying down life? From His readiness, promptness and devotion in His office? From His trustfulness in the Father at death? From His death as an expression of the Father's and His love?
(13) What has he done as to Christ's post-human ministry? His willingness to receive those coming to Him? His faithful appearance before the Father for them? His intercession for them? His teaching them? His justifying them? His sanctifying them? His delivering them? What did he offer in teaching these things? What is a correct estimate of his offerings?
(14) What do the above explanations do with Elizur's offering? What is the character of the doctrine given the Greek Catholic Church as her stewardship? How does God's wisdom find expression in Christ's office? What does this have to do with the place of the Greek Church about the antitypical Tabernacle? What did antitypical Elizur unconsciously do while acting out the antitype of Num. 7: 30-35? What are due God for the understanding of Num. 7: 30-35 antitypically?
(15) Who is the next prince whose offerings are to be considered? What Little Flock movement did he pervert? Into what did he pervert it? Who started this movement? What were the main events and activities of his life?
(16) What does the Greek word eirenaios mean? How did it characterize Irenaeus? What was he as to the Smyrna star? Who were his predecessors in this star? What did he do between the Oriental and Occidental Church? What were the circumstances of this activity? What was his main work? Against what was it? Of what was Gnosticism a compound? What was Irenaeus' chief literary work? What did he do by it? What special truth did he emphasize in it? What did such emphasis of it do? How does he describe the Church in its office?
(17) To understand the movement that he started, what must we remember as to the Church? Generally speaking, in how manifold a sense is the Church to be understood? What is the Real Church in its strictest sense? In its general sense? What has the Real Church been called? Why? What is the Church in its second general sense? As such, of whom does it consist? What did Irenaeus not
mean by the Church catholic? What did he mean by it? Why did he speak of the nominal church as the Church? What would leaving the nominal church before the Harvest imply? How should we regard his advocacy of but one Church? Why? What did it introduce?
(18) What do experience and observation prove as to the Church? How must the nominal church be defined? Up to what event? How is this proved by the parable of the wheat and the tares? What are some of the proofs for this in the Epistles? How is this proven by the seven churches of Rev. 1-3? What typical fact proves it?
(19) What did God always do up to 1878? Through whom and to whom did He always give the seasonal Truth? What was it made after it was given? What two things are implied in the Church's stewardship of the Truth? In this connection what thought must not be forgotten? What has the nominal church been to the Real Church in the seven Church epochs? As such what has she been, according to Rev. 1-3? What mistake is often made in the understanding of the terms nominal and Real Church? What is their relation? Of what two classes does the Real, and of what four classes does the Nominal Church consist? How does this make intelligible Irenaeus' teaching as true, whereby he started a special Little Flock movement? What was the purpose of that movement?
(20) What kind of a movement was it? On account of what was it called into being? Who above all others gave Gnosticism its death blow? What did his arguments against it do? How otherwise did he use his special truth? Against what two movements? What conviction did his teaching deepen? What bent was given his movement? To what Church did the Lord give the pertinent truth as its stewardship? What is the difference between this Church and the papacy? On what distinction has this Church gone wrong? What false claim does it make for itself, a sect? What truth has it nevertheless maintained?
(21) What, also, has this truth as a stewardship? What is the office of the true Church as teacher? This being so, how can the nominal church have this office? What truth in fact has the Roman Catholic Church as its stewardship? How is this related to the hidden mystery? Of what is that mystery the greatest expression? By what
is the Roman Catholic Church and people properly typed? By the standard of what side of the tabernacle is God's wisdom symbolized? Show the relation of the Greek and Roman Churches to one another from the standpoint of this antitypical standard. How is this relation typed?
(22) Relatively, how large is the number of the crown-lost leaders of the Roman Church? Why is this? By whom were they typed? What two Church fathers were especially influential in turning Irenaeus' movement into a sect? From what country were they? What special error did they develop? What has later papacy done with their doctrine of the episcopate? Despite this, how does papacy speak of them? What did they do as parts of antitypical Shelumiel? What errors did they weave into the stewardship truth? What are the main facts and acts of Cyprian's life? How was he related to the Episcopal system of church government and to the Roman bishop? As what is he regarded in the Roman Church?
(23) What is Augustine's standing among Church fathers? What are the main facts of his life? What were his intellectual powers? His position in the Church of his day? Among others, in what three controversies was he the leader? In what controversy did he especially offer as a part of antitypical Shelumiel? How long did it last? By what was its settlement much advanced? How many bishops took part on each side? Who was the leader on each side? What followed it?
(24) What will help us better to appreciate antitypical Shelumiel's offerings? Why? In what ways were the Novatian and Donatist schisms akin? Who was Novatian? Describe the Decian persecution. Amid it what did weak Christians do to save their lives? What was done with Fabian of Rome in this persecution? Who stood for election to his office? Which was elected? What problem presented itself at Rome as a result of the persecution? How was it solved by Cornelius? By Novatian? What two things resulted? Who was made bishop of the schismatic Church? What did the head of each party do? How was Cyprian, bishop of Carthage, brought into the controversy? What was the situation at Carthage on the same problem? Whose side did Cyprian take? What two reasons led him to do this? Into what activity was Cyprian
led by the Novatian schism being referred to him for his opinion? What truth did he emphasize? What errors did he connect with it? How did he reason on this truth and these two errors as against Novatian? Despite these errors, of what was Cyprian's work actually a part?
(25) When did the Donatist schism set in? Out of what problem? What two answers were given? How were the Donatist and Novatian schisms related? What were the events of the controversy, in relation to Constantine, the first Christian Emperor? What was the cause of the schism in Africa? What did the schismatics, especially the begging and traveling monks, do? Why? What state measures were taken against the Donatists? What did Augustine do in the debating part of the controversy? How did the Donatists treat him? What are the main facts in connection with the three-days' Carthage meeting?
(26) What oversight obscured the discussion on both sides? What error did both sides hold? For what mixture of truth and error did Augustine contend? What did he claim as the true Church? What errors did the Donatists teach on the nature, the bishops and the members of the true Church? What did they claim as the true Church? Which side was on the whole nearer the truth? On what truth was the Catholic side right and the Donatist side wrong? What views of the Donatists did not agree with the true view of the Real or of the nominal Church? With what truth did the Catholic way of treating the weak accord? What were the character faults of the Donatist view? What was the end of Donatism? Where were these controversies forecast? Through whom did the Lord give His answer?
(27) On how many other occasions did antitypical Shelumiel offer his charger, bowl and spoon? How will we deal with these? For what two reasons has a summary of the Novatian and Donatist schisms been given? Why are the Roman Catholic crown-lost leaders fittingly antitypical Shelumiel? How is their activity further indicated by the name Zurishaddai?
(28) What is typed by Shelumiel's offering a charger? How did it correct sectarianism? The party spirit? Teaching error? The pride of variance? The narrow spirit that casts off others for small differences? The harsh
spirit? The exclusive spirit? The censorious spirit? The Pharisaic spirit? How did it correct the stern and repellent spirit of a Novatian and a Donatus?
(29) Whose fine sentiments are quoted to show antitypical Shelumiel's corrections on the above bad qualities? What is a summary of the first quotation from Cyprian? What are the main points of the second quotation from him? What do both quotations prove? Are they the only examples of antitypical Shelumiel's corrections?
(30) What next in antitypical Shelumiel's offerings should engage our attention? What is his bowl? What should be kept in mind while studying his refutations? What did he first mean by the Church? What did he later understand by it? Into what two errors did he fall on this subject? According to whose course in this matter did he act? What did this course prevent him and all other crown-lost leaders from offering? Despite this, what could he do? What could he not do with attacks on his teaching on apostolic succession and the Roman Church? What attacks did he refute?
(31) By what seven arguments did he refute the claims of the defender of each sect that it was the true Church? By these seven arguments what did he unwittingly prove of the Roman Catholic Church? By what three arguments did he disprove the exclusive stewardship of the Truth on the part of each sect? What did these three arguments prove with reference to the Roman Catholic Church? By these ten arguments what was antitypical Shelumiel refuting? What did these activities antitype?
(32) What is meant by antitypical Shelumiel's spoon? How did he stress righteousness? Consecration? Christian brotherliness and fellowship? Faithfulness to one's stewardship? Love for Truth? Hatred for error? Keeping the unity of the faith and the Church? Sympathy? Love for the brethren? A pastoral heart in the leaders and loving meekness in the other brethren? Longsuffering and forgiveness? Love for the Church? Zeal for the Truth and against error? Conciliatoriness and magnanimity? Zealous efforts to rescue the fallen? What kind of a bent did the special truth committed to the Roman Catholic Church give to his ethical teachings? What did his teaching these things antitype?
(33) How many Gospel-Age princes in their offerings have we studied hitherto? What denominations did they develop? What denomination did the sixth Gospel-Age prince develop? Who in this respect typed him? What denomination does Gad type? Explain the discrepancy between the names, Deuel and Reuel. Which is the correct name? Why? What was Gad's place about the tabernacle?
(34) What special doctrine was committed to the stewardship of the Episcopal Church? What Scriptures prove it true? What is the first reason for God's subjecting the Church to the State? How was this reason connected with the Sin-offerings? When is the Church exempt from obedience to the State? What is the second reason for God's subjecting the Church to the State? How is this so? What is the connection between such a relation and the hidden mystery?
(35) With what Divine attribute does the hidden mystery especially connect itself? By what in the camp Was this attribute typed? What Divine attribute does the south of the tabernacle type? As Gad's antitype with what Divine attribute is the Episcopal Church connected? How, from the standpoint of the stewardship doctrines of the Greek, Roman and Anglican Churches, are these denominations typed by the three tribes to the south of the tabernacle? What is the central thought of these three doctrines? By what was it typed?
(36) Who was the Little Flock member that started the movement later perverted into the Episcopal Church? Give an outline of his life up to his meeting Henry VIII. What did he advise Henry VIII as to procedure on determining the status of his marriage? What doctrine did he shortly thereafter announce? In what did his stand on these two matters result, in relation to the pope? What was the pope's course as to the validity of Henry's marriage? What further advance did Cranmer make in the controversy? What are the leading events in Cranmer's life as primate of England? What occurred to him at the accession of Mary? How was he treated in prison? What effect did his severe imprisonment have on his mind and will? What was he on promise of pardon induced to do? Describe the character of five alleged recantations of his.
How did his recantation affect him? Under what impression and circumstances did he abjure his recantation? Describe his heroic and martyr death. What effect did Cranmer's, Latimer's, Ridley's, Hooper's, Ferrar's and 281 other martyrs' burning have on the English people? What calamity overtook their chief persecutors? What ended the persecution?
(37) What will help us better to appreciate the Cranmer-aroused movement? How did papacy encroach on England's prerogatives, etc.? From where did England not first receive Churchianity? Who was the first Roman missionary to England? What pope sent him? Who were the three greatest popes? What did the British bishops do with Gregory's demand? What was the position of Alfred the Great toward papal claims of power in England? How was his position generally maintained in England, until Cranmer's time? What did William the Conqueror do with the demands of Gregory VII? What did his son and successor do with papal demands? Henry I? Henry II?
(38) Despite such vigilance, what was accomplished by the pope from 1100 to 1205? What happened in 1205? Describe the various stages of the conflict between King John, the Lackland, and Innocent III. How did Innocent's usurpations affect the primate and the barons of England? What did they extort from John? What did the pope do with it? What was the course of Henry III toward the pope and his clergy? Of Edward I? Edward III? Richard II? Henry IV? Henry VI? Edward IV? Despite unauthorized concessions, what was never done in England with the pope's claims? What was eventually done against all of them? What does this prove as to the papal claim as to the time of the origin of the Royal supremacy in England? How long was it actually used?
(39) What was a feature of the doctrine that Cranmer championed? What was not and what was his teaching on his great doctrinal contribution to Truth? What was the contrary papal doctrine? What was the Statute of Provisors? Of Praemunire? Who defended them as just and Scriptural? How did he characterize the contrary papal doctrine? In what did papacy's pertinent teaching result? What did Cranmer's teaching do with papacy's
purposes? Why? Who over 150 years before taught the same doctrine as Cranmer now taught? What was the difference in the effect of their teaching? Why?
(40) What was the first cause of Cranmer's teaching on this subject? Describe the steps of progress in the investigation of the status of Henry VIII's marriage. How did the special doctrine of Cranmer's movement affect this matter? What resulted from this relation? What other papal teaching occasioned Cranmer to announce this doctrine? What third thing led Cranmer to announce this teaching?
(41) What did the circumstances of the times do with Cranmer's movement? What did English conditions do with Cranmer's doctrine? How did it affect the pope? How did the English nation act in connection with it? What cannot militate against this movement? What did it accomplish in England? In every country of Christendom?
(42) What peculiar phenomenon meets us in most sectarian developments in Protestantism? In harmony with this what did Cranmer do? What in this did he and other Little Flock leaders antitype? When did Cranmer make most of his mistakes? What have papists done with them? Next to whom does Cranmer rank in effectiveness as a Reformer? What proves this? Compare their works. Contrast their Reformation sphere, their qualities and their political surroundings. What should we do for these servants of God?
(43) Who were the main crown-lost leaders of the Episcopal Church? What Little Flock leaders before them did some sectarianizing work with Cranmer's movement? How was it perverted into a sect? Under what primate? What are some of its leading sectarian features? What was later done with its sectarian development? Under whom? How did they pervert the truth that Cranmer gave? What did this error do with England's rulers? On what truth given by Cranmer did they stand firm? What did this enable them to do? How is this typed in the meanings of the names, Eliasaph and Deuel?
(44) What occurred while Cranmer's movement was in operation? What principles caused it? What three things turned Henry against the papacy? On whose advice did
he act? What did he determine to do? In what did this result? Who supported the king? What did he do to the pope? Whom did he place over the English Church? How did Cranmer stand on this? Why is Protestantism not chargeable with Henry's wrongs? What were his relations to Protestantism? How did he further it?
(45) What did Pope Paul III do as to Henry VIII? What hindered him for three years from publishing it? What was this pope's stand while yet a cardinal toward Henry's marriage? Of what hypocrisy was he guilty in this bull? What was his real reason for it?
(46) How many sections did the bull have? What is the tenor of its preamble? Of its first three sections? What are the main penalties of this bull?
(47) What quality does this bull have? What qualities of the papacy are revealed in it? What should its mere reading do? How must it be regarded by papists? Why? What does it prove of modern popes? Give illustrations where it would have been duplicated, if practical? What did Henry do as to this bull? How did he retaliate and secure himself and country? What did Cranmer and his colleagues do with the bull? What was the result for 15 years? What then set in? What did Mary do for Rome and to Protestants? What is she justly called? Why? What did she claim? On what did she ground her claim?
(48) What is antitypical Eliasaph's charger? What class of religionists did he especially rebuke? For what at first? Especially in whose reign? For what four offenses did he rebuke English Catholics? For what five wrongs did he rebuke the pope? For what sins of omission and commission did he rebuke the nobility and common people of England? What classes were included in his rebukes?
(49) What will help in the understanding of antitypical Eliasaph's bowl? What were Elizabeth's main qualities as a ruler and woman? What was England's condition religiously at her accession? How did she meet the resultant difficulties? What were her main acts to change England from papacy to Protestantism? What were the effects? What did she do with the clergy? What did the law do, leave undone and forbid? What was the result as to persecution for one's faith? What Church did she favor?
What was the result of her policy? How long did she reign?
(50) What did the popes seek to do with her at first? How did she meet these advances? Why? What did her love for and devotion to her subjects' welfare effect for her? What was the effect of her policy in about 12 years?
(51) What papal bull was issued in 1570? What does its preamble set forth? What does its first section set forth? Its second? Its third? Its fourth? Its fifth? Its sixth?
(52) What was the effect of the bull on England? What did Parliament do? What three things did some of her Catholic subjects do? What was done with them? What does Rome count them? What considerations refute this estimate? What did a fair sized body of Catholics do? What resulted? Who were the instigators? What law was passed as to such persons?
(53) How long did Catholic monarchs delay carrying out the pope's sentence on Elizabeth and her supporters? What made the pope insistent on their acting? Who undertook it? What two preparations did he make for it? What was his plan with these? How did England meet the situation? What effect did the queen have on the army? What did the pope do in anticipation of a victory? What did he do with the Armada and the whole enterprise? For what five things did the papal clergy and people pray? What happened as to answers? Compare and contrast the opposing fleets and commanders. When did the Armada enter the English Channel? What were the features of the first battle? What was the result? What then occurred? What happened the night of Aug. 7, 1588? What resulted? How long did the British pursue the Armada? What then happened to it? What were its losses in ships and men? What happened to Parma and his army?
(54) What was repeated? What was the eventual outcome? What other popish plots were fomented? What does papacy's course in these events prove as to Rom. 13: 1-6, etc.? Amid what events did antitypical Eliasaph offer his bowl? Why has so much space in this chapter been devoted to political history? How have papal theologians
sought to vindicate the papal course in these and similar events? What did antitypical Eliasaph do with his arguments? Who were his chief three representatives in this? What was his chief anti-papal book? Describe it. From what three sources did he take his arguments? What are the seven papal proofs on the pope's supremacy?
(55) What did antitypical Eliasaph concede as to Peter's primacy? By what seven lines of argument did he disprove the papal arguments on Peter's supremacy and jurisdiction over the Apostles and the Church? How did he refute the other six papal propositions on papal supremacy in the Church?
(56) What follows from his disproof of these seven propositions? How did he disprove the papal supremacy in State from history? What did this also destroy? How did he disprove it from the Bible? From reason and natural right?
(57) How did he offer his spoon? How did he show our obligation to obey even a tyrannical ruler? What graces did his spoon further? What general steps of the Christian life? Where especially did he produce good fruits?
A mighty Fortress is our God,
A trusty Shield and Weapon;
He helps us free from every need
That hath us now o'er taken.
The old bitter foe
Means us deadly woe:
Deep guile and great might,
Are His dread arms in fight.
On earth is not His equal.
With might of ours can naught be done,
Soon were our loss effected;
But for us fights the Valiant One
Whom God Himself elected.
Ask ye, Who is this?
Jesus Christ it is,
Jehovah's mighty Son,
And there's no other One;
He holds the field forever.