by Societyreviews
January 6, 2020

Hollywood controls mainstream entertainment and they have popularized blasphemous entertainment at a rate that religious cynicism is the new norm.

by Good Fight

Queen was once one of the world’s most successful bands. The band was headed up by front man and flamboyant homosexual Freddie Mercury. This video reveals some history about Queen and their place in Satan’s plan that the media, movie and music industries would rather you didn’t know.

by Dr. Jason D. Kovar

Hollywood’s promotional images of witchcraft have radically shifted since the Wizard of Oz. Quite the opposite of the 1939 era, it is now considered chic and fashionable to engross oneself within the detestable practice of witchcraft.

by RiverMend Health

After effects of drugs used at raves can include insomnia, exhaustion, muscle aches, sweating, listlessness and depression. There is also evidence that chronic ecstasy use permanently damages the brain and impairs cognition.

by Dan Wagener, M.A.
October 31, 2019

Club drugs are a group of rave party drugs that are often used at nightclubs and large dance parties. Chronic club drug abuse has serious long-term consequences, such as impaired cognitive function and addiction.

by J. Williams
October 23 2019

Everybody is currently talking about Robin Williams and his tragic suicide. Many are puzzled as to how a man, who made so many people laugh, could be so depressed that he would violently end his life. What people are not learning is the deeper truth about the insidious forces that tormented Robin Williams and drove him to suicide.

by Beginning and End
August 1, 2017

As Hollywood continues to push Satanic rebellion into the hearts and minds of children, the Disney’s Descendants movie series has taken the indoctrination to an entirely new level. The movie series casts evil villains as heroes and celebrates wickedness, sinful rebellion and the occult.

by Jonathon van Maren
September 10, 2020

Netflix film 'Cuties' is part of a larger trend towards the increasing sexualization of children. The normalization of pedophilia is not a right-wing fairy tale or a QAnon conspiracy theory. It is real and happening right now.

by Alphabet Photography

100 Singers performed the Hallelujah Chorus by Handel as a tribute to Jesus Christ our King.

by Billy Graham Evangelistic Association

'There is a force in that community,' Michael Catt added, 'that says more important than making $100 million is to plant seeds in the minds of young people that will take them away from Judeo-Christian ethics.'

by Jason Kovar

The railing against God in Hollywood is very overt, very direct, and very propagated. Christians are often painted as raving lunatics, hypocritical and socially backward.

by S'Busiso
August 5, 2018

There is a worrying trend where witchcraft is becoming more and more prominent in dramas featuring black families.


With children having so much exposure to the media, the messages that come across are very important and they shape how a child sees the world and what a child sees as important.

by Shane Idleman
February 16, 2017

The unavoidable truth is that many are becoming desensitized. When the Holy Spirit no longer fills hearts and minds with a passion for purity and holiness, there is a general lack of conviction. What we watch and listen to affects the heart - it's impossible to separate the two.

by Bob Waliszewski and Bob Smithouser

Okay, so it's clear that entertainment's messages have changed a lot since TV, radio and movies first appeared. But why does it matter that entertainment is slipping morally? Desensitization. Society didn't go to bed one night with one set of values and wake up the next morning with an entirely different set. It's been a gradual process of getting more and more comfortable with lower and lower standards.

by Gertrude Jefferies

I set out seeking fortune and fame
Felt I needed to play a different game.

by T.A. McMahon
July 1, 2013

It seems that Hollywood has been attracted to the Bible more than ever, thanks in large part to the financial success of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ . The History Channel’s recent 10-hour miniseries titled The Bible did nothing to dampen the ongoing enthusiasm as it broke viewer records, making it “the most-watched cable entertainment telecast of the year.” It played to more than 13 million viewers.

by T.A. McMahon
April 1, 2014  

“So what?” some have asked. “It gets people interested in Jesus and the Bible, and that’s a good thing.”

by Jan Markell
May 27, 2015

A trailer for the show portrays Lucifer as a handsome, British-accented, well-to-do lady killer full of charm and wit. The more subtle side of Satanism in Hollywood entertainment is now a thing of the past. Prime time television now will air blatant drama featuring Lucifer but portrayed by a character who is just a nice guy.

by David W Cloud.

This book is published for free distribution in eBook format. It is available in PDF, Mobi (for Kindle, etc.) and ePub formats from the Way of Life web site.

by ZOA
July 21, 2014     

It is troubling that Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman asserts that because one of many anti-Semitic passages was removed, the “Death of Klinghoffer” opera to be performed at the Met is no longer anti-Semitic. The opera still contains outrageous libels stating that Jews cheat, exploit, pollute virgins, defame, break laws, are idolaters, and get fat from the poor. By contrast, terrorists who murdered a disabled elderly American Jew sing, “We are soldiers fighting a war, we are not criminals, we are not vandals, we are men of ideals.” A passenger even sings that the terrorist “Omar” was “extremely nice.”

by S. Michael Houdmann

Question: "How should a Christian respond to Hollywood?"

By Franklin Graham
April 1, 2014

Whether or not we realize it, we all have been influenced by the entertainment industry more than we might think.

by Robert B. Millman, MD and Ann Bordwine Beeder, MD

Psychedelics have been used since ancient times in diverse cultures as an integral part of religious or recreational ceremony and ritual.  The relationship of LSD and other psychedelics to Western culture dates from the development of the drug in 1938 by the chemist Albert Hoffman.1