I do not believe any Christian or Secular person would disagree with any of the ten commandments. The decalogue inscribed by Moses as a medium of the Good Lord are great rules to live by and conduct ones moral decision making. Bradley Plunk, of Brighton in Tipton County, Tennessee, certainly appears to adhere fervently to the 10 commandments based on his letter to the editor.
As a Christian, I believe what the Bible says and I especially take what the Ten Commandments say very seriously.
One of those commandments is “Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery.” As of late I have either witnessed or been made aware of numerous extramarital affairs going on here in Tipton County, and that includes many of our churches.(there is probably more sexual misconduct and hypocrisy in organized religion than the general population)
There is nothing more morally deplorable or Godless than an affair and no affair can be justified. Affairs usually start emotional and then become physical. Pornography is also adulterous.
It seems like every day my wife or I hear of a marriage ending or see people we know having affairs. Even worse is the number of people who claim to be Christians yet justify these actions.
The Bible is clear on this, and let me also state that even if you are going through a divorce, you are still legally married until a judge rules on it, which means if you are seeing someone else you are committing adultery.(On a more sensitive note, do you consider masturbation as a form of adultery? Did you masturbate during adolescence? If you answered no, then that makes you a liar which is also prohibited by the TEN commandments)
If you are a Christian and you justify this behavior, either in your own life or in others, all I will say is read your Bible.