Over at my "Moore to the Point" blog, I've posted a commentary on the David Letterman sex scandal, "What David Letterman Can Teach Us about the Gospel." You can read it here.

I'm not all that interested in the fact that Letterman has done "terrible things," as he puts it. I'm more interested in the terror he experienced when he was in danger of being found out. I think if we can feel something of that terror, and realize it is common to humanity in this fallen age, we might be able to learn a thing or two about our culture, our neighbors, and ourselves.

Let me know what you think, preferably not in a "Top Ten List."