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New Oxford Notes: October 2004

Most Children Already Have Two "Fathers"

Thanks to feminism, being a "good mother" has become being a "good father."

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Our Testosterone-Depleted Church

God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve.

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A Bishop With Testosterone

Would that all bishops followed the lead of Robert F. Vasa.

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Digging Himself in Deeper

George Sim Johston tries to explain what he really meant.

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Dumb Dutchmen

Once you lose your doctrinal moorings, you just drift along.

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