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"READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
From Mere Christianity To Merest Christianity
C.S. Lewis's definition is losing its very intelligibilityREAD MORE ON THIS NOTE.
All Power to The (Smart) People
"It's more important to be fleet of mind than fetching of breast…"?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
The Prophet Elijah Deported & King David's Condo Up for Sale
"Savor the spirituality and luxury of Jerusalem's newest quarter."READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Right From the Mare's Mouth
The Church's opposition to homosexual acts is "deeply connected" to the Church's opposition to priestessesREAD MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Consider the Fruits
If your aren't sure about the Priestess Tree, consider its poisonous fruitsREAD MORE ON THIS NOTE.
The Not Quite Good Enough Catholic
There are books one returns to now and again for their sheer badness.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
Why are Anglicans more tired on Sunday mornings nowadays than they were 30 years ago?READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
If Episcopalians want to call their bishop by his (or her) first name, that's their business.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
The Atheist, the Cardinal & The Liberals
John Henry Newman and Friedrich Nietzsche had something in common.READ MORE ON THIS NOTE.
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