Rev.: Season 1, Episode 5

Episode #1.5 (26 Jul. 2010)

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Feeling shunned in the pub,Adam is pleased to meet Leon,who wants to get married to Debs in his church. They become drinking buddies and go jogging together. Adam invites Leon and Debs to ... See full summary »

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Feeling shunned in the pub,Adam is pleased to meet Leon,who wants to get married to Debs in his church. They become drinking buddies and go jogging together. Adam invites Leon and Debs to dinner and discovers that,fifteen years earlier,as students,Leon and Alex had sex on a bus. Adam is concerned that Leon is still flirting with Alex and wonders whether to conduct the ceremony but Debs calls it off when she finds out that Leon is trying to get back with an unimpressed Alex - who only has eyes for her husband. Written by don @ minifie-1

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The Reverend Adam Smallbone: I take a literary and critical view of scripture as divinely inspired but not inerrant. I see the Bible as a metaphor. It's a brilliant record of human kind coming to understand itself. It's a really good attempt at some very big questions, but it wasn't divine dictation. It was written over many hundred of years by...
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