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New Oxford Notes: October 2016

Centurions of the New Age

A "humanitarian" blogger calls the Prayer of the Centurion (Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof) one of the "most destructive phrases in human history."

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Islam Is Like Fruit Salad?

Pope Francis sows confusion when he makes unconsidered or uninformed remarks during his in-flight press conferences, which are supposedly held in order that he might appear honest and transparent.

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