You justly point out, however, that Jesus had fellowship with sinners over dinner. Many of these sinners were “in their sin” and happy at the time of the dinner. Am I missing some act of charity by disfellowshipping Christians who make a virtue of their vice?
"Two Households: Love by the 'Numbers in Romeo and Juliet'": I already liked the play (though not the two protagonists), but this essay made me appreciate it even more.
Finally, some fascinating stuff about internet porn and the brain: