Right vs. Wrong: A call to arms against liberal situation ethics

Pat Cunningham

Every once in a while, I read something (HERE, for example) to the effect that one of the big problems in American society is the liberal notion of situational ethics.

This notion is based on the theory that the difference between right and wrong depends on the circumstances. That theory inevitably gives rise to cases in which presumably good and respectable people casually wink at immoral and even illegal activities.

If this trend disturbs you, as well it should, it’s high time that you fight against it. Failure to do so will only make you as guilty as ...

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