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New Oxford Notes: October 1999

God Exists, But Does the Magisterium?

How dissent became 'institutionalized' in the Church in America

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Just Deny It?

The National Catholic Register is playing the denial game again.

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"We Evangelicals Are Relevant. Got That, Dude?"

Relevant, enriching, and cutting-edge--that's cyber-Evangelicalism.

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The New "S" Word

Calling women "sweethearts" is "sexist stereotyping" and "patronizing"?

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Labour Is Still "More Methodist"

But what happens when a Sikh is named head of a Methodist church?

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News Too Good to Be True

Is Baby Doe an irreplaceable historical landmark? Why, yes.

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