"A man is not a hypocrite because he violates a moral norm in which he sincerely believes."

In First Things, Robert T. Miller evaluates the morality of the Ted Haggard scandal.
“In Ted Haggard’s face, I see a good man with a serious weakness—but not too serious a weakness, for, as Aquinas says, sins of lust are the least serious of the cardinal sins. We are all weak in many ways, many of us in ways morally worse, if less dramatic, than Ted Haggard’s.”

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