Elizabeth sends crates of books from Michaela's deceased father's collection, prompting her to open a public library. Many become alarmed at the content of some of the books and want to prevent people from reading them.

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Elizabeth sends crates of books from Michaela's deceased father's collection, prompting her to open a public library. Many become alarmed at the content of some of the books and want to prevent people from reading them.

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22 October 1994 (USA)  »

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The Reverend (and Jake) declare that the donated library books are unsuitable or spiritually unfit, and thus closes the library. The town goes into upheaval by book-burning, and then goes to church. Michaela then finds amongst the pile of burned books, a Bible, and thus presents it to the Reverend, during his sermon, with bold reflection of its deeply controversial stories and characters. Now the Reverend is a man of the cloth; which requires years of study and dedication to the faith, and indeed an oath to uphold that faith, upon position. The Reverend should have known about those controversial biblical stories, from his years of study and his daily Scripture readings. Yet he behaved hypocritically toward the library's questionable collection, and then reacts to Dr. Mike's bold spiritual reflection with shock and shame. See more »

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