Back in the fifties a young soldier was coming of age in the Clarksville, TN, Honky Tonks surrounding Fr. Campbell, KY. "Sarge, how come you're out looking from women? I thought you were married?" "Hey, my wife's married; I'm not." From the juke box Kitty Wells lamented that it wasn't God who made Honky Tonk angels because too many times married men think they're still single. Suddenly he realized the rightness of the traditional Catholic sexual morality for men. Ignore that morality and a man's life becomes as empty as an endless night in a Honky Tonk. Years later, in the twenty first century, Charles F. Kielkopf, Professor Philosophy (Emeritus), The Ohio State University, has accepted the challenge of justifying that realization to a secular society. He makes a case that unless a man controls his sexual life by reference to the ideal that full sexual activity is to be practiced with a woman in a life-long, monogamous marriage open to conception of children, his whole life lies under a threat of being pointless. Only assumptions which can be accepted in the secular and skeptical philosophy departments of state universities are used.
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|Size: ||1.6 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781631223037 (DRM-EPUB)|
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