Christian Crimes

Question from Willard: I grew up in Iowa until a freshman in high school when we moved to Fayette, 1956 where the school was integrated. In 1955 there were no separate water fountains or restroons marked white and colored, but everything else was Jim Crowed where blacks were not allowed to use the big … Continue reading “Christian Crimes”

So how do you differentiate between right and wrong?

Question from Meg:…well, see title. That was the whole question. Answer by SmartLX: In much the same way as you do from day to day, Meg. I have various ways of identifying events or actions which match my broad, generally unspoken definitions of “right” and “wrong”. I can use different objective criteria to analyse them … Continue reading “So how do you differentiate between right and wrong?”