Spike in violence, profanity on TV shows rated OK for kids
A lengthy new report from the nation's leading nonpartisan family television watchdog group indicates a large increase over the last decade in the amount of violence and profanity in television shows rated as appropriate for children.
The Parents Television Council on Tuesday released its 10th report on the television content rating system in the United States, something that the PTC has for years called for reform of on grounds that the system is deceiving parents on what content is suitable for children....
Humble One wrote: Imagine how much good it would be if Christian women were living according to the Bible, which contains God's Plan for Women, listed in such places as 1 Timothy 5.
And Judges 4:21 - "Then Jael Heber's wife took a nail of the tent, and took an hammer in her hand, and went softly unto him, and smote the nail into his temples, and fastened it into the ground: for he was fast asleep and weary. So he died."
"Ninja Woman" and R-rated violence, all in one verse!
I'm having a flashback...wasn't this a news item with cartoons as violent as Looney Tunes, the Wiley Coyote constantly blowing up things and dropping heavy objects on the Road Runner, which never worked but ended up hurting himself. Back then, they said this is so bad because kids will imitate all these antics and someone will get hurt.
But of course, none of this has much to do with us as Christians because we have different rules we live by.
Imagine how much good it would be if Christian women were living according to the Bible, which contains God's Plan for Women, listed in such places as 1 Timothy 5.
We have locks on our televisions to block out programs with nudity, cussing, etc. Unfortunately, the locks donâ€™t affect commercials, which can be unspeakably filthy. Better to read a good book than to consume mountains of televised garbage.