New Oxford Notes: December 2010
What Lies Beneath
Many believe the successful rescue of the Chilean miners was a feat of divine intervention, but rival churches are trying to take credit for the miracle.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Abortion advocates are becoming increasingly vociferous and violent in their insistence that no one has a right to disagree with them.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Homosexuality is one of the most explosive issues of the day, and the polarization it causes at times exceeds even that of abortion.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Exodus & Bloodbath: Christians in the Middle East
Just days before the massacre of dozens of Christians during a Mass in Baghdad, Iraq's Chaldean Patriarch warned of a 'Satanic plan' to drive Christians out of the Middle East.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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