Today it’s hard to turn on the televison without being subjected to the world’s view on censored. The network tv stations have seemed to lost integrity when it come to chosing to air violence, foul languge, sex, demons, ect. Example can be seen with a quick glance at NBC’s Grimm. “Grimm” is a drama series inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales. After Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) discovers he’s descended from an elite line of criminal profilers known as “Grimms,” he increasingly finds his responsibilities as a detective at odds with his new responsibilities as a Grimm. ABC is trending with shows like: Wicked City, Scandal, Blood & Oil and how to get away with Murder. Fox features shows like Empire. Empire is an American drama television series which debuted on Fox on January 7, 2015. It centers on a hip hop music and entertainment company, Empire Entertainment, and the drama among the members of the founders’ family as they fight for control of the company
Someone would almost have to completely shut down the entire entertainment system of the tv box to be in the “censored safe zone”. Even as you tune in to watch featured sports programs like college football, NFL, baseball or even basketball it nearly impossible for the cameras not to pick up the released uncontrol anger of a player or coach paticipating in the event. With the techonology of the hi fidelity audio equipment used to broadcast those events makes it hard not to pick up the sound of a “F” bomb.
As a parent I subscribed to Netflix in which I could somewhat control the content presented, although limited with family friendly content to meet the purpose. I recently found Pure Flix which is the like the Netflix concept but is built 100% based on pure content. This meets the “safezone” requirements of family friendly movies and show. It has a huge selection of Christian based films that makes for good entertainment for the whole family.
Check out this clip from the show that had the audience applauding Candace Cameron Bure’s taking a stance for prayer in America’s public schools. As reported on The Blaze report this week, Bure lit the fuse with her position stating
“The separation of church and state does not mean that we cannot pray publicly,” Bure said. “It actually guarantees our free exercise of religion so that if it is voluntary, we are allowed to pray wherever we would like to.”
When its all said and done, you can always pick up a a good Christian fiction book.