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New Oxford Notes: April 2015

Who Will Call It Genocide?

Western journalists, often too busy reporting on so-called Islamophobia in our own backyard, have largely neglected the systematic extermination of Christians in biblical lands.

My Favorite Marcion

An columnist was recently spreading a second-century heresy developed by Marcion, who taught that the God of the New Testament is wholly different from the God of the Old Testament.


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Briefly: June 1995

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Since 1966 Edward Schillebeeckx promoted a heterodox (the so-called “new Dutch”) Christology, which excludes the divinity of Jesus.