|Ellen J. Barrier|
“The books that the world calls immoral are the books that show the world its own shame.”
For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men.
The same people who condemn books that show the world its own shame, also, condemn lyrics, movies, music, and songs, for showing the world its own shame.
The Bible contains many books that show the world its own shame. But when we articulate those things, and reveal them in books, lyrics, movies, music, and songs, the Holier than Thou crowd, comes after us, condemning and sitting in the seat of judgment, claiming their religious rights are being infringed upon. Some individuals believe they are doing God’s work, by going after the authors, artists, and performers work, and labeling it “immoral” trying to hinder the progress.
Showing the world its own shame through books, lyrics, movies, music, and songs are methods of teachings that can be for the good of the world. People are given the opportunity to make some changes in their lives for the good that will make the world less shameful. Through the technology of today, we are able to make biblical teachings more effective, when we view things from an educational standpoint of view, rather than viewing them by using our personal religious beliefs, that causes arguments and disagreements.
Music is the universal language of mankind. ~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Outre-Mer)
Adding to the quote:
Books, Lyrics, Movies, Music and Songs are The Universal Language of Mankind.
Source for Quote: Oscar Wilde quotes
Source for Scripture: King James Bible