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Sexuality, morality, and hypocrisy

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“[S]exual hypocrisy is fairly widespread. That might not be a bad thing; after all, it is said that the man who isn’t a hypocrite has either no sin or no morals. You might argue that if the former is impossible, hypocrisy is preferable to the latter.”

Read the full article by Arthur C. Brooks, visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, here.

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David Frum rethinks the Bible

How should modern-minded people reconcile their knowledge and their faith? Each of us will arrive at our own answers. To my way of thinking, at least, wisdom begins with rethinking how holy books were meant to be read.

So writes David Frum, conservative thinker and scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, in a provocative piece entitled “Truth Among Fiction.” Read it here, and tell us what you think.