Original YT playout date: 4 May 2008
This time we talk about respect, and an appropriate approach to ourselves, other people in society, the animal kingdom and growing things also.
We deal with the offence of vegetarianism and the correct way to conduct cannibalism and food-hoarding in times of incumbent famine.
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Original YT playout date: 12 April 2008
This is the first in a new series by Rev Timothy Crosbeau, an influential cleric with aspirations to become an Archbishop one day. Today he teaches us a valuable lesson about tolerance, and the one exception to the rule of needing to be tolerant to others. Basically there’s nothing so sinful or heinous that we cannot include the people who do it and plan to keep doing it into the clergy, except for failure to be adequately tolerant of me. (Next time, Rev Crosbeau will give us his considerations on the virtue of broadmindedness).
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