I came across two interesting and inadvertently related articles on the 'net today. First, here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dy.../02/25/AR2009022503123.html?hpid=opinionsbox1 George Will points out that, while Americans in general have become quite casual about sex--anything goes-- many are becoming quite strict; even moralistic about food. Second, here: http://www.albertmohler.com/blog_read.php?id=3348 Al Mohler details the growing use of pornography in American life. On sex, the scriptures lay out a well-defined standard. Sex is for and between married people only. All else is sin whether it be physical sex or sexual fantasy. But on food, while all eating is to be done in moderation, and while our physical health should be guarded, all meat is consumable by the Christian. "Every creature of God is good and is to be received with thanksgiving" Paul says. Our society, having turned away from God, is completely mixed up in relation to these two.