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New Oxford Notes: February 2007

A Time to Mourn & a Time to Speak

Parents love their sons, but homosexuality should prompt holy anger. Their love should be conditional, a tough love.

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Embarrassing & Contradictory

In Catholic doctrine, God gives us free will, so we can repent or not. Kendall gets free will and predestination mixed up. Embarrassing!

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Are You Absolutely Certain that God Exists?

A Harris Poll in October, 2006 found that 42 percent of those interviewed said they are not "absolutely certain" that God exists.

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Surrendering Oneself to Beauty

It seems Fr. Neuhaus is coming to realize that NOR was right after all about Hans Urs von Balthasar's empty Hell.

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A Little Bit of Gnosticism

Mary was female, and if the Holy Spirit is female or feminine, then Jesus had two mommies, and presto "gay" is good.

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