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New Oxford Notes: October 2000

Bungled Attack on Billy Graham

A Catholic might say that Graham is avoiding "occasions of sin."

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The Hydra of Heterodoxy

America magazine makes a case for a Deistic conception of God.

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We Don't Kill Infants Here

America magazine hasn't been able to convince its readers of its point of view.

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Oh Pain, Where Is Thy Sting?

Psychobabble and weird theology can be used to justify anything.

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