Volume > Issue > New Oxford Notes: February 2007

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.

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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!

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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.

READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.

You May Also Enjoy

Considering the "What" & the "Who" of Ecclesial Authority

Review of Peter and Paul in the Church of Rome by William R. Farmer and Roch Kereszty

Fingers on the Triggers

The "trigger warning" movement seeks to scrub college campuses clean of words and ideas that might cause discomfort, hurt feelings, or negative thoughts. Almost everything has this potential.

The Vision & Future of the NEW OXFORD REVIEW

We believe Christianity is about truth. We take theology seriously because theology enables us to say something intelligible about truth and what it requires of us.