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New Oxford Notes: February 2005

If I Am the Body of Christ, Who Needs the Host?

Could it also be because it's not about you and your narcissistic personality?

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Ms. Goodie Two-Shoes Rhetoric

If we can't say "policemen," why do we get to say "gunman"?

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When It Comes to Abortion, Rationality Goes Out the Window

what is it about abortion that makes rational people suddenly go idiotic?

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The Ambiguities of Maturity

Why does it say 'Mature Adults'? Isn't 'Adults' sufficient?

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"Father, Forgive Them…"

Are the Jews of Jesus' time in Hell?

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No Longer Part of The Church Militant

Catholics United for the Faith is now part of the Church Milquetoast

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