Two talks recorded in the 1990s. The first is a lively and somewhat irreverent discussion of the background of the institution of Thanksgiving in the United States and how the celebration of Christmas has become distorted in our society. The second is a thoughtful excursion through the season of Advent which will greatly enhance your appreciation of the Christmas Season. Transcribed from cassette tapes, please excuse the time gaps between each side.
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