It is yet a moot-point whether either of us will succeed in the attempt of pleasing her.
It is rather a moot-point how far she inclined to the Reformed doctrines, properly so called.
It is still a moot-point whether to classify Wedgwood's jasper ware as earthenware or porcelain.
The use of the fictional style for the presentment of sacred subjects is ever a moot-point with some people.
So that the moot-point really becomes one of degree and not of principle—if Bunyan, Milton, and Dante, be allowed to be right.