From a reader in response to the latest column:
Thomas More on incremental relativism:
“When the king remarried even after failing to secure a lawful annulment,
More was asked not to be such a stickler for law. But, he answered,
if we allow one law to be felled like a single tree in the forest, why
not the next, and the next, until soon the whole forest is flattened,
and there remains nothing to protect us from the north wind?”
Your article speaks to my condition. Thank you.