jueves, 10 de marzo de 2016

MercatorNet ► Jonathan Sacks on secularisation. Terry Crews on porn addiction.


Below you will see the faces of two very different men, both good guys, religious, with important messages for society. One of them, American actor Terry Crews, has struggled with a very common problem afflicting men in particular and seems to be winning. It's hard to believe that he, and a New Zealand Olympian who has come out about the same problem, could be living in the same world as an Australian woman who is doing her PhD on women (including herself) who are producing pornography as a career. But it's true. As Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says, secularization has its limits; it's just hard to see where they lie at the moment.

Carolyn Moynihan
Deputy Editor,
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