So what I am understanding is that everyone is stating that it doesn’t have to be an individual who is overtly claiming that they are Christ,but instead could just be individuals/situations which “seduce” people away from their Christian values?
If this is the case,then isn’t this prevalent everywhere and a “losing battle” in our celebrity obsessed society?
Celebrities are pretty much “worshipped” and I would find it difficult to name many female singers who don’t go the “hypersexualised” route.
Eg:Rhianna,Jennifer Lopez,Ariana Grande,Britney,Madonna,Selena Gomez,Katy Perry etc.
95% plus singers promote a hypersexualised image and try to “out sexy” each other because unfortunately this seems to get the person greater fame and popularity.
It is the same with female singers from my Slavic background -everything has to be sexy,sexy,sexy!
I’m even hesitant to think that it’s only younger women/girls that are influenced by this mindset,because while they might be “influenced” by Grande,many of Madonna or Chers fans are women in their 40’s.
Isn’t this a reality/losing battle though because most younger women-or maybe any women- are not going to be interested in a “tame Christian version” of music?
It seems to me like it is very easy to be in conflict between having Christian values vs being “seduced” by a world where the notion of fame/celebrity is worshipped and put on pedestal and singers or so-called celebrities are glorified/adored.