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New Oxford Notes: May 2001

The Near-Death (Near-Hell) Experience

"For 12 years you have been a priest for yourself and you are going to hell."

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Baptizing a "Lonely Atheist"

Eugene Kennedy says the unbeliever is really like the believer, but just doesn't know it.

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Dodging the Real Issues

Dodge ball has been targeted for extinction in two public school districts.

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Sticks & Stones May Break My Bones, But…

Political correctness is nothing more than female touchiness writ large.

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