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IN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
THE REV. S. C. MALAN, M. A.
VICAR OF BROADWINDSOR, DORSET.
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Several books having been written with a view to teach the principles of our Holy Faith to the young of our country parishes, a few words of apology for the appearance of this little volume, may justly seem requisite.
Among the many publications of the kind, there are some, which, although full of merit, must appear too long or too deep for uncultivated minds; while others, of smaller compass, are, either not explicit enough, or written in a style not always adapted to the understanding of those for whom they were intended. Thus, it may be that, some parish priest, who labours in earnest to train his people in the doctrine of our Church, will have felt the want of a plain and practical exposition of our Creed, suited to the capacity of the younger members of his flock.
The following pages are an humble attempt at supplying this deficiency. They form the substance of a course of instruction given, at different times, to the older children of a Sunday School, and also to a class of adults; as