Aight. I'm going to make one of those posts that nobody wants to read or really wants to make for that matter. I'm not trying to step on anybody's eyelids here, but let's go back to the basics.
So hear me out here. It stinks when people bash the show we know and love. That goes for video games, movies, music, or anything else for the matter. What really stinks is when they target them as being "not Christian". Now I was a perfect child growing up who never had this issue (if you read that and thought that I seriously think that, get rekt). But no, when mom told me I shouldn't be playing a game for reasons that went against the bible, I made excuses and pulled the "oh, but I don't feel convicted" line. Not gonna lie, it's a weak one to pull and I can call anyone out on it because I did so myself.
Now it might seem like I'm being a jerk, but hear me out. I'm thinking of the time where @Hanna_Brassheart took a stand against Star Wars when they started adding stupid stuff to the sequel. She ended up boycotting it for the most part. I remember feeling a little guilty myself because HB was spitting facts as usual, but just said "Nah, she's crazy, but that's her own conviction so I'll leave it at that. It just won't apply to me." That's the numbing process to convictions we get. We protect the things we "love" and we get defensive when they start to get targeted (not saying anyone was getting defensive, but it leads to it quite often).
One is you've numbed yourself to the conviction you get, you start numbing yourself to the Spirit all the more. It's easy to do that. I've done it (and sometimes still do).
From what I saw from the show, you've got immorality, profanity and a bunch of other things that a true Christian shouldn't be viewing. You might say, "What's it to ya?" More like what's it's not. That doesn't make it right and it's a scary place to be at.
The second point I want to pick apart is
I know tons of Christians who do a whole bunch of things that go against the bible as well. We're tied. Does it make it right? No. Now, I don't believe @Beth_Applemine is "better" in the Christian sense, but I think better off would be the correct wording. You judge a Christian by their fruit, not just the words from their mouth. If I'm listening to music that has a ton of cursing, going to wild parties, or doing anything contrary to scripture, the fruit just isn't there.
To those of you trying your best, I commend you and urge you to keep trying harder. It's easy to get in the mindset of "Oh, it won't be a big deal if I do it just this once." Once becomes twice. Twice becomes thrice. So on and so forth. It's time to take a stand, fam. Sorry if I stepped on toes. But honestly and not pridefully, but from someone who has gone through the same thing and now can finally admit, I'm not sorry.