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New Oxford Notes: November 2004

The Crisis At Crisis Magazine (Part II)

Is Deal Hudson's career ruined because of sexual debauchery? Apparently not.

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"This Is God...Have a Nice Day!"

Buying into the idea of a "nice" God who is "all inclusive"

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Always Our Neighbors (Part II)

David Morrison didn't like what we wrote about him.

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Fuzzy Language Does Not Belong in Vatican Documents

Why can't these people say what they mean?

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The Parable of the Wheat & the Weeds: A Magna Carta for Dissent & Heresy?

Can some sense be made of the Pope's inaction?

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The Most Important Question in Life

Why we pay so much attention to Hell...

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