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New Oxford Notes: April 2002

When Old Tics Die Hard (Part II)

The Dutch Reformed Church repudiates the Calvinist understanding of predestination/election.

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The Secret Weapon in the War on Terrorism: Priestesses!

"Dualistic (and sexist) thinking about masculine and feminine has led to a ruthlessly competitive marketplace."

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Apologize for Making "Hurtful" Remarks? No Way!

Given the current outcry that Christianity is unfair to women, how odd that they are its most devoted followers.

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Fire Alarms in the Night

Stratford Caldecott calls for a "new movement" that amounts to a New Ager-Catholic dialogue.

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Episcopal Fundamentalism In the Catholic Church

Let's face it. Many Catholic bishops today don't want interference from the Holy See.

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