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New Oxford Notes: January 2000

Workers of the World, Unite! — In Front of the Boob Tube

"Prime-time roles" for "people of color on the small screen"

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From Mere Christianity To Merest Christianity

C.S. Lewis's definition is losing its very intelligibility

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All Power to The (Smart) People

"It's more important to be fleet of mind than fetching of breast…"?

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The Prophet Elijah Deported & King David's Condo Up for Sale

"Savor the spirituality and luxury of Jerusalem's newest quarter."

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Right From the Mare's Mouth

The Church's opposition to homosexual acts is "deeply connected" to the Church's opposition to priestesses

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Consider the Fruits

If your aren't sure about the Priestess Tree, consider its poisonous fruits

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The Not Quite Good Enough Catholic

There are books one returns to now and again for their sheer badness.

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Excuses, Excuses

Why are Anglicans more tired on Sunday mornings nowadays than they were 30 years ago?

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Bishop Fred?

If Episcopalians want to call their bishop by his (or her) first name, that's their business.

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The Atheist, the Cardinal & The Liberals

John Henry Newman and Friedrich Nietzsche had something in common.

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Dogma: A Damnable Mess of a Movie

Nothing here to engage you and much to depress you.

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