I’m no longer a utilitarian. Without perfect foresight, we are unable to determine outcomes, so a different morality is needed, one based on being, not doing.
How do we make choices when decision making was outsourced in evangelicalism? In the wake of deconstruction, we must newly wrestle with the question “How do I want to live?” The question can be debilitating, but I think we can find answers in the most horrific of places: The Holocaust.
On why I’ve chosen monogamy as a gay man.