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New Oxford Notes: January 2002

The Linguistic Minefield

Is inclusive language a reality of current English, or merely a contrivance?

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Cheap Grace in Holland

John Allen insists that while the Dutch tolerate vice, they don't necessarily approve of it.

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Collegiality Means Responsibility

Many bishops have been complaining that Rome treats them like children.

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When Old Tics Die Hard

The Dutch Reformed Church is now just a wannabe liberal Protestant entity.

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Evangelical Allies

That sweet Evangelical wife has her regulation 1.8 children — and then what?

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