Friday, March 26, 2004

Modern Orthodox Moral Quandry of the Week

Say, as part a larger Modern Orthodox organization, you are running an educational program to train future Modern Orthodox leaders. This would involve having undergraduate and graduate students listen to various "experts" speak about various topics of importance and interest to them and the larger Modern Orthodox community.

Now, what would you do if you found out that one of those speakers was not only not Orthodox, but her personal life was, to speak kindly, somewhat non-Ozzie and Harriet?

Now, let's assume, for the sake of arguement, that she is speaking about personal sexual matters, of a most private and discreet kind. Would you then decline to have her speak on the topic? Or, say she is an academic expert on this topic and her personal life is unrelated to the program?

Discuss among yourselves

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