A recent survey of religious beliefs from members of a large Lutheran church body revealed that "only 31% said that religion or biblical teaching is the source of guidance for what is right and wrong." I've been a Lutheran all my life. I spent two years in a "Confirmation Class" where I was engaged in an intensive study of the Bible. Therein I read and learned the Ten Commandments and they told me what was right and wrong.

All Lutherans have spent a year or more in such an "intensive" study. So how can some of those Lutherans now say that the Bible is not the sole source of guidance for knowing what is right and wrong.