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New Oxford Notes: April 2004

Here Come the "Brights"

Atheists are sick and tired of being referred to in pejorative or negative terms.

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"Do You Have to Say 'And God Bless You'?"

A revealing vignette about the priorities of the Episcopal Church...

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Quantum Spirituality

"Did you ever wonder why we no longer hear teaching on serious personal sin?"

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Better an Honest Episcopalian Than a Dishonest Catholic

Queers complain they feel "increasingly alientated by the Catholic Church."

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The Beauty of Strife & Struggle

We've noticed that people who are captivated by their notions of beauty can be inattentive to facts.

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