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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2000

Fanfare for the Not-So-Common Humanoid

Our culture has developed a real phobia about the simple word, "man."

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Faint Praise

Crisis magazine is literally "dispensable"?

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Saturday Morning Live?

Pregnant lesbian female rabbi and stand-up comic

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"I Am the Alpha And the Lambda"?

When a rainbow is no longer just a rainbow

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The Grass Is Not Greener…

The problem is a hideous breakdown in basic Christian faith and morality.

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"Hypocrisy," He Exclaims

Running an advertisement does not imply an endorsement…

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