Thank goodness for Edgar Wright. After penning one of the more interesting and enjoyable MCU films (Ant-Man), Wright is back from his four year directorial hiatus to give us Baby Driver- a high octane satire on heist films with a killer soundtrack.
Everyone’s favorite guitar plucking ginger is back and slaying it with yet his latest line of mathematically titled albums.
The band that was once America’s favorite contemporary Christian artist has returned, and much for the better.
Is it possible to find solace in the darkest of ghost stories?
Maroon 5 has never seemed quite so bipolar.
It’s hard to be a Christian and participate in mainstream media much of the time. You have to figure out not only what can you watch or listen to that doesn’t have pervasive sexual content and a lot of profanities, but also what you can watch that isn’t supporting an unchristian principle. These are things that most Christians agree that you have to think about as standards. But there are also other principles that some Christians insist should go into discernment about media. One of those is the emphatic statement that Christians should never purchase music, even clean music, from an immoral artist.
When I heard the words “Get your sexy on” while listening to the radio, I started to change the station, but ironically, I’m glad I didn’t.