From Cranach:

Our culture pretends to be free and easy about sex, but we really aren’t. I was kind of astonished that all of Tiger Woods’ multitudinous endorsement ads have been pulled from prime time TV after his auto accident provoked some nine women (at last count) to admit committing adultery with the golf superstar. Our culture remains capable of moral disapproval over sexual sins! On the other hand, our culture remains pruriently interested in hearing the salacious details of those sexual sins, as evidenced by the current media frenzy over the matter. We are repelled and compelled at the very same time!

This is a very insightful note on American media and society at large. We want to pass judgment, but we also want more of the juicy details! Could it be that the same lust that has nearly ruined Woods’ marriage is also at work ruining our consciences?

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