questions: TV & music
Understanding that I write on this blog about my faith and sometimes lack of, I should ask myself the following questions.
- 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?
- 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/).