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New Oxford Notes: April 2007

God's Love Is Unconditional for Homosexuals (& Therefore for Everyone)

If God's love is unconditional for everyone, then God is "the Nice Guy Upstairs," and you can do anything you want (fill in the blank).

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Works of Mercy?

Neither the Corporal Works of Mercy nor the Spiritual Works of Mercy include soliciting prostitutes for disabled men.

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Touch, Touchy!

Dick Cheney might be callous and impervious when it comes to war, but he's thin-skinned when it comes to his lesbian daughter.

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Situation Critical

How far has marriage sunk? Married couples in 2005, as a proportion of U.S. households, "have finally slipped into a minority."

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Good News & Bad News

In Africa, every year six million Muslims convert to Christianity, and very few Christians convert to Islam. In Europe it's a different story.

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