An Fidei Confessio verbis merè|
humanis declaranda sit. Affirmat
respondens Thomas Prince.
Whether a Confession of Faith|
may be declared in words merely
humane? Affirmed by Thomas
An ex Operibus, Sanctificationì|
comitantibus, optime exquiratur
Justificatio. Affirmat respondens,
Whether Justification be best|
discovered by works attending
Sanctification? Affirmed by Sam-
An Intellectus humanus Divinae|
Fidei Mensura sit. Negat re-
spondens Jonathan Hoar.
Whether the humane Intellect|
be the measure of Divine Faith?
Denied by Jonathan Hoar.
An Conscientia invincibiliter er-|
ronea sit inculpabilis. Affirmat re-
spondens Nathaniel Snell.
Whether a Conscience invincibly|
erroneous may be blameless? Af-
firmed by Nathaniel Snell.
An Peccata praeterita et futura|
simul remittantur. Negat respon-
dens Amarias Frost.
Whether Past and Future Sins|
are forgiven at the same time?
Denied by Amarias Frost.
An Spiritus Sancti Operatio in|
Mente sit Causa naturalis impro-
pria Erroris. Affirmat respondens
Whether the Operations of the|
Holy Spirit in the Mind may be the
improper Cause of Natural Errors?
Affirmed by Sylvanus Conant.
THE EARLY CURRICULUMS OF HARVARD AND YALE
|"1. While the students are Freshmen they commonly recite the grammars and with them a recitation in Tully, Virgil and the Greek Testament, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the morning and forenoon [i.e. before and after breakfast]; on Friday morning, Dugard's or Farnaby's Rhetoric, and on Saturday morning the Greek Catechism; and towards the latter end of the year they dispute on Ramus' Definitions, Mondays and Tuesdays in the forenoon.|
|"2. The Sophomores recite Burgersdicius's Logic, and a manuscript called New Logic, in the mornings and forenoons; and towards the latter end of the year Heereboord's Meletemata, and dispute Mondays|