The Woman Taken in Adultery by Rembrandt depicts Jesus and the woman taken in adultery. Religion affects views on issues in sexual ethics, including adultery.
A billboard in Chad encouraging fidelity, abstinence, and condom use to help prevent AIDS

Branch of philosophy that considers the ethics or morality or otherwise in sexual behavior.

- Sexual ethics

Katarina is jealous and tells the Head Mother that not only has Cecelia had sex with Arn, but reveals that Arn has had carnal knowledge before marriage with herself as well (she seduced him while he was drunk after his first visit to her father's homestead.).

- The Road to Jerusalem

The Council of Conservative Citizens is active in organizing the restriction, reduction, or moratorium of immigration, enforcing laws and regulations against illegal aliens, ending what they see as racial discrimination against whites through affirmative action and racial quotas, overturning Supreme Court rulings and Congressional Acts such as busing for desegregation and gun control, ending free trade economic policy, and supporting a traditionalist sexual morality, which includes promotion of the Defense of Marriage Act and opposition to the inclusion of homosexuality as a civil right.

- Council of Conservative Citizens

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Crusades trilogy

Series of historical novels written by Swedish author and journalist Jan Guillou about the Consolidation of Sweden and the Crusades.

Guillou at the Göteborg Book Fair in 2013.

The Road to Jerusalem, original Swedish title Vägen till Jerusalem (1998)

Jan Guillou

French-Swedish author and journalist.

Guillou at the Göteborg Book Fair in 2013.
Guillou speaking at Helsinki Book Fair in October 2002

The Road to Jerusalem, original Swedish title Vägen till Jerusalem (1998)

Citizens' Councils

Associated network of white supremacist, segregationist organizations in the United States, concentrated in the South and created as part of a white backlash against the US Supreme Court's landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling.

Citizens' Councils logo
Clipping from Citizens' Council newspaper, June 1961
Joe D. Waggonner Jr.

The councils' mailing lists and some of their board members found their way to the St. Louis-based Council of Conservative Citizens, founded in 1985.

Paul Fromm (white supremacist)

Canadian white supremacist, neo-Nazi, and perennial political candidate.

Fromm (middle person wearing glasses and no mask) marching with neo-Nazi Aryan Guard members in Calgary, Alberta on March 21, 2009

Fromm is the international director of the white supremacist organization Council of Conservative Citizens and is the director of several far-right groups in Canada, most notably the Canadian Association for Free Expression, Citizens for Foreign Aid Reform and the Canada First Immigration Reform Committee.

Jared Taylor

American white supremacist and editor of American Renaissance, an online magazine espousing such opinions, which was founded by Taylor in 1990.

Taylor in 2008

He is also a board member and spokesperson of the Council of Conservative Citizens.

Mike Huckabee

American politician, Baptist minister, political commentator, and bassist who served as the 44th governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007.

Huckabee in 2015
Huckabee playing bass guitar at Thomas Road Baptist Church in 2008
Governor Huckabee at Opening Ceremonies of the Big Dam Bridge
Huckabee with actor Chuck Norris in Londonderry, New Hampshire (2008)
Huckabee giving a speech following the South Carolina 2008 Presidential Primary in Columbia, SC
Huckabee with a supporter at a campaign rally in Wisconsin
Former Governor Huckabee speaking at the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana
Huckabee speaking at 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland
Huckabee plays bass guitar with recording artist Ayla Brown in 2015
At a book signing in 2011

Consequently, he abandoned his earlier support for the Council of Conservative Citizens (CofCC) when in April 1994 following an adverse media campaign against the CofCC, Huckabee withdrew from a speaking engagement before their national convention.

Trent Lott

American lawyer, author, and politician.

Lott with President Richard Nixon in 1973
Lott with President Ronald Reagan in 1982
Lott with President George W. Bush in 2001
Sen. Trent Lott with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) at the 2004 Republican National Convention; both Lott and Gingrich provided consistent support to President George W. Bush
Lott's official Senate portrait
Lott with Cindy Hyde-Smith in 2018

According to the Anti-Defamation League, Lott was a frequent speaker at the white supremacist group Council of Conservative Citizens.

Haley Barbour

American attorney, politician, and lobbyist who served as the 63rd governor of Mississippi from 2004 to 2012.

Barbour with President Gerald Ford in 1976
Barbour with President Ronald Reagan in 1985
Barbour with President George H. W. Bush in 1990
Barbour with President George W. Bush in 2006
From left, Barbour with Kathleen Sebelius, Condoleezza Rice, Jennifer Granholm and Sonny Perdue

The Blackhawk rally was hosted by the Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC).

Lester Maddox

American politician who served as the 75th governor of the U.S. state of Georgia from 1967 to 1971.

Marker at the spot of the Pickrick at Georgia Tech
Maddox (left) at a Coastal Plains Regional Commission meeting in 1967

His last public speech was in Atlanta in 2001 at the annual national conference of the Council of Conservative Citizens.

Charleston church shooting

On June 17, 2015, a white supremacist terrorist mass shooting occurred in Charleston, South Carolina, in which nine African Americans were killed during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

People mourning the deaths at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, image taken on June 20 (three days afterward)
Dylann Roof entering Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church through a side door at 8:16 pm, as captured on CCTV
A prayer vigil at Morris Brown African Methodist Episcopal Church
Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Charleston South Carolina. 21 June 2015
The battle flag of the Confederate States of America
South Carolina State House with the Confederate Monument in front, flag at rest

He said he searched for "black on White [sic] crime" on Google and found the website of the Council of Conservative Citizens, where he read "pages upon pages" of cases involving black people murdering white people.