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New Oxford Notes: July-August 2010

The Devil's Fingerprints

At a time when the Church is poised to receive groups of Anglican converts, the global media's smearing of her reputation kicked into high gear.

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City of Confusion - Part II

Just when we were beginning to think that things couldn't get any more schizoid in the Anglican Communion, things are getting, well, more schizoid.

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It Can't Happen Here, Can It?

Could the Catholic Church end up sliding down the same slippery slope as the Anglican Communion? Yes, if certain groups get their way.

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In Turkey, the Church Officially Does Not Exist

Why did Murat Altun, after murdering a prominent archbishop, shout "Allah Akbar!" (God is great!) and boast of having killed "the great Satan"?

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