Greg and Jacques talk about the recent outrage regarding “blasphemy” at a Curro school, where a final-year student depicted Jesus [and/or God] as Ronald McDonald.
Greg and Jacques talk about rugby [which Jacques knows little of], home advantage in sport, and whether the “Rainbow Nation” has been reincarnated.
In this episode, Greg and Jacques talk about whether it makes any [practical] difference when people take to the streets to protest against outrages like gender-based violence. Musical interludes are edits of Soixante-8 by Obsibilo (under Creative Commons license 3.0) https://media.blubrry.com/squarebrackets/p/squarebrackets.co.za/audio/GBV_protest_final.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 29:05 — 33.3MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | […]
This episode is about Greta Thunberg, who is managing to annoy many people [including some who agree with her] with her activism on the topic of global warming.
Does the ConCourt judgment that parents can’t spank their children violate religious and other freedoms?
Greg and Jacques talk about the power of myth in relation to the perceived value of life, and whether the right to die is open to abuse for personal [or State] gain.
Greg and Jacques talk about assisted dying, and the case of Sean Davison, recently sentenced to 8 years of house arrest (with 5 years suspended) for his assistance in the deaths of 3 individuals.
Kirstine Kærn of the Babelfish podcast in conversation with Jacques Rousseau, who was never a Methodist minister [but who nearly became a different sort of priest].
This week [and next week], Square Brackets is sharing interviews that Kirstine Kærn of the Babelfish podcast had with the hosts of Square Brackets.
In this final episode of the series on god(s), Greg and Jacques talk about why religion might be more interesting than you think, and why Greg was a “troll priest” during his time as a Methodist minister.