There is a theology ascribed by some here, that says we should do what's right in our own eyes, instead of demanding we strive for living lives in submission to Christ. In Judges we see that they are doing what they feel is right, and they fall. Man has fallen, and is desperately wicked, and society must have rules and regulations dealing with moral behavior, or society will fail. That is a primary function of Christianity, to stand in the way of evil, largely through the legislative process. When God removes the restraining influence of "The Body", many if not all these moral issues will vanish. i.e.: legalization of drugs, prostitution, etc. The Christian community should always fight against wrongdoing.