Right to Happiness? C.S. Lewis on Sexual Morality

Written by Wes Walker on April 30, 2013

Beginning with the question of marital infidelity as relates to happiness, C.S. Lewis challenges some of our assumptions about what rights we might think we are actually owed, and shows some reasons other than “prudery” that a person might object to infidelity. In today’s culture where marriage is merely an optional formality, it still raises worthwhile, and compelling questions.

The animation (sketching, really) that accompanies the text keeps it light, adding still greater clarity to an important topic. Check it out, it isn’t very long, and it appears to be one among many others.

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