The Meaning of Loyalty #2
May 13, 1951
May 13, 1951. Running time: 33:24. Loyalty is suggested as the willing, steadfast, and practical devotion to a cause. Conflicts of loyalties are due to the hierarchy of causes. Thurman gives some examples, including a parable by Henry Van Dyke and from his own life of conflicts of loyalty, but states that loyalty to the concept of faith and to loyalty does not go unnoticed by God. (Note: audio quality is low due to poor condition of original tape.)
Associated Personal Entities:
Van Dyke, Henry, 1852-1933
Associated Subjects:
Meaning of Loyalty (Series)
Loyalty -- Religious Aspect