Memmy, I find it quite interesting how you can so blatantly imply something about someone, then, when called on it, seem surprised. "Oh man, here we go again................... ...."?! Your innocent act doesn't really fool most people here.
I'm not trying to "fool" anyone Connie. I don't really care to have words put in my mouth either if you don't mind bog and Connie.
We were talking about Christian music being opposed in the skating rink. Comments being made on here are surely allowed to be challenged in disagreement, right? Some comments oppose Christian music by taste, others by making it seem "wrong" in every way. I'm sorry that my opinion really seems to get under your skin Connie.
You really don't seem to have alot of experience with this type of music, since there is a wide variety of it out there.
Do you oppose watching television that has commercials on it selling cars, etc. too? Could be a Christian owner of a car dealership making a living for their families too, ya know?
Many Christian radio stations are funded by individual donations. If they want to not have to go by the standards of the industry, they have to come up with their own funding and can pick and choose who will advertise on there, unlike public radio stations funded by the mega airways owners.
KLOVE for instance has no advertisements, due to solely being funded by individuals and is broadcast all over the US in a national syndicated form. (Also in some other countries, as well as over the internet broadcasting to some troops overseas) If they didn't do so (get funding by individuals), they would have to go by the rules of the secular airway and anything goes on that.
On another note, everyone really ought to get to know the artists before judging their motives. Many of them could be doing well in the secular field, but choose to give all glory and honor to God in their gifts they bring to the world.