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New Oxford Notes: June 2017

All That You Can Be

Jump forward a generation and picture this: genderless toys, genderless TV role models, and genderless institutions and language. Such indoctrination will have a profound effect.

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Return of the Gnostic Jesuits

To say that we cannot rely on the Gospels as clear accounts of Jesus' doings and sayings is tantamount to saying that the Gospels are unremarkable, uninspired, and unreliable.

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