The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

questions: TV & music

Understanding that I write on this blog about my faith and sometimes lack of, I should ask myself the following questions.

  1. Could I — as a Christian — watch and/or like material like Sherlock (https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/11/sherlock-holmes/) about murderers and how the hero saves the day?
  2. At the same time, is it appropriate for me to listen to the music I’ve listened to for the past 31 years — like Tattoo of Pain (http://tattooofpain.pragakhan.com/), Lords of Acid (http://www.lordsofacid.com/), KMFDM (http://www.kmfdm.net/), Rammstein (http://www.rammstein.de/), Judas Priest (http://www.judaspriest.com/), KISS (http://www.kissonline.com/) and many other rock bands (https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/10/as-music-saved-my-soul-suicide/)?

Of course, I’d say there’s nothing negative about the material I like regardless of the sex, violence, social criticism, religion and other topics — as long as it doesn’t affect my religious beliefs. I must also admit that many Christians might want me to listen to Christian contemporary music like Carman (http://www.carman.org/) or Rebecca St James (http://rebeccastjames.forefrontrecords.com/).

In any case, if I needed to comply, I’d choose Stryper (http://www.stryper.com/).

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