There's this, for those of you with a philosophical and/or moral theory bent:
I’m looking for a discussion here, not a fight. I don’t want to challenge anyone’s belief system, and I hope that we can keep the discussion civil, without any aspersions cast or offense taken. It is possible to argue in light of human advancement over the last two hundred years that ancient belief systems are necessary but not sufficient to a shared understanding of what it means to be a moral person, no argument there.
But I really do want to know: Given my assumption that secularists find Jennifer Petkov’s actions morally repellent, upon what foundation do they pretend to judge her? They have their community, she has hers. Granted it was a mean and awful thing to do: So?That would be Lex speaking. I've just begun to wade through the 121 comments in this discussion and I expect to be there for quite a while. There will be civility and there will be light. Those are the BEST things about my favorite (former) Naval Radiator's house. Well, there's great plane pr0n, too. Can't forget that.