How does pop culture ruin christianity

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It’s not a question of whether Christian morals can survive in today’s culture, but how and in what form.

The question of whether Christian morals can survive in today’s culture is a valid one. But it’s not a question of whether Christian morals can survive in today’s culture, but how and in what form.

Christian morals are not the same as pop culture; they’re not even the same as the Bible or the church itself!

Without any initial authority on morality, the people who created modern culture had no idea that their work would become so influential.

Without any initial authority on morality, the people who created modern culture had no idea that their work would become so influential. They were not Christian and therefore did not believe in a God who would punish or reward them for their actions. The artists and writers of today are unaware of how much influence they have over society because they don’t think about it in those terms.

While this may seem abstract, we must understand if we want to live our lives according to God’s plan for us as Christians (1 Peter 4:11).

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The values behind these books and movies have been attempted to be implemented in schools and churches, only to fail miserably.

The values behind these books and movies have been attempted to be implemented in schools and churches, only to fail miserably.

This is good; we can laugh at our mistakes and learn from them. We can also see how far we’ve come as a society since the days when these books were first published or even just before they became famous (which would have been before the printing press was invented).

Non-Christians have attempted to infiltrate Christian communities, only to be driven out by their morality.

Non-Christians have attempted to infiltrate Christian communities, only to be driven out by their morality.

The teachings of Jesus and the Bible are clear on this matter: “Do not give what is holy to the dogs; neither throws your pearls before swine.” (Matthew 7:6)

It seems that no one can escape the judgment of God’s law if they do not live according to his Word!

Allistic communities have attempted to measure themselves against current Western culture, only falling short of the mark.

If you’re a Christian, chances are you’ve been sucked into the mainstream culture. You may have even become someone who feels like they’re living in a bubble, separated from their community, and unable to connect with others on this level. But if you feel isolated from your peers, remember that there are other ways of being authentic!

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Allistic communities have attempted to measure themselves against current Western culture, only falling short of the mark. They’ve tried hard to fit in—but what does it mean for them when everyone dresses up as characters from Game of Thrones? Or listening exclusively to Top 40 music? Or celebrating Halloween by trick-or-treating instead of going door-to-door and spreading gospel messages?

The current cultural zeitgeist is antithetical to Christ’s teachings.

The current cultural zeitgeist is antithetical to Christ’s teachings. It’s a mixture of secularism and atheism, materialism and hedonism.

The Bible is clear on this point: “For the word of God is living, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword.” (Heb 4:12). It tells us that we are to follow God’s commandments, not our own will or desires; we’re told what we need to do to live righteously as Christians. The Gospel makes no room for worldly pleasures like sex or fame—and it certainly doesn’t permit you to use other people as means towards your selfish ends (Luke 16:13–14).

In today’s culture, however…

Christians are often unaware of how non-Christians are influencing them because they’ve been brainwashed against it by Hollywood.

How Christians are being influenced by non-Christians is through Hollywood. Hollywood is a non-Christian culture, and it has infiltrated Christian communities.

Cultural influence can be subtle or overt—it doesn’t have to be overt for it to happen: you could learn everything you know about pop culture from your parents while growing up, then watch an episode of Friends or Modern Family later in life and think “Oh, how cute! This is what I should look like when I grow up!” In this case, however, there was no transmission of the information at all; instead, we were exposed directly (and without context) by watching shows like Friends and Modern Family as children who grew up listening only to Christian music on Sunday mornings before church started at 10 am sharp with their dad leading them into worshipful songwriting based purely on Scripture verses selected from Matthew 16:13–18 where Jesus tells Peter he will become great among his peers because he faithfully remembers his death upon which every person must rely on God alone even though they too may not believe him yet but still need his help so therefore believers should remember Jesus’ sacrifice throughout their lives always praying constantly asking God’s mercy no matter what happens later down the line because if they don’t ask forgiveness, then there might be consequences…

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Jesus’ teachings were designed for a specific cultural context, and they can’t be applied in any other way without falling flat on their face.

As you can see, it’s more than just the content of Jesus’ teachings that make them unusable in today’s culture. His teaching of his disciples to live their lives was also specific to their time and place. Let’s apply these teachings today. In that case, they will fall flat on their face because they’re so different from what most people are used to hearing from a religious leader: no cursing or violence against anyone except those who deserve it; respect for women; modesty in dress; peace between nations; love for all people—even enemies—and so much more!

The point here is not just that pop culture has ruined Christianity but that there isn’t anything wrong with using pop culture to inspire your faith if it inspires you personally (and remember: every person is different).

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