Christians Concerned as Focus on the Family Watches, Reviews Porn Film ’50 Shades of Grey’

No Film Credit hisksChristians across the country are expressing concern as Focus on the Family’s “Plugged In” movie staff has released its review of the pornographic film “Fifty Shades of Grey”—especially that a critic at the professing Christian ministry watched the porn just to tell other Christians that they shouldn’t watch it.

Plugged In said that it received an email from a follower who asked them not to review the film, and thus penned an blog post about the matter to explain its decision to watch and critique the material.

“Fifty Shades of Grey is, without question, one of the most ‘popular’ elements of popular entertainment right now—a movie at the center of conversation in countless break rooms and living rooms and even churches across the country,” wrote staff film critic Paul Asay. “[T]he culture, including Christian culture, is deeply curious about Fifty Shades—not necessarily a prurient interest, but a deep-seated desire to understand why this book and now movie, which would seem to cater to a small subset, has become such a phenomenon.”

He said that he views himself as being a “watchman on the wall” in regard to Hollywood releases, and that is why he decided to go to a showing of “Fifty Shades of Grey” and write a subsequent review.

“[M]y prayer is that I can craft something that, while not necessarily revolutionary, will help all of us, myself included, think through the issues that swirl around the film,” Asay said. “I feel a sense of purpose here in that—a calling, if you will.”

But some state that Asay’s justification is faulty, as Christians shouldn’t be viewing porn just to tell others not to watch it.

“Should Christians visit porn sites so they can examine the content in order to warn others about the dangers of pornography?” wrote evangelist Shane Dodson in a blog post about the matter. “The Scriptures warn us to ‘flee from sexual immorality,’ not run toward it in the name of evangelism. Even the lost knows that this material is trashy, why is it that a supposed mature Christian ministry hasn’t quite figured it out?”

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“It is a sad state for evangelical film criticism that watching pornography is viewed as ‘important work, anointed by God as part of the Great Commission,’” he added.

Truth in Action Ministries, founded by the late author and preacher D. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church and Knox Theological Seminary, also wrote on Focus on the Family’s Twitter page in objection to its decision.

“You don’t have to watch it to know how it can burn you. Proverbs 6:27,” they wrote.

Others left comments as well.

“Unbiblical reasoning,” wrote wife and mother Lisa Metzger. “It simply makes you a ‘purely journalistic porn-watcher and missionary adulterer.'”

Blogger Hannah Grace made similar comments, stating that it should be obvious to Christians that the film should be avoided.

“Why is the Christian populous even thinking about it? Why do they even know what ’50 Shades of Grey’ is? Why do Christian leaders even have to tell us not to watch it—shouldn’t it be obvious?” she asked.

“Plugged In—in their unfortunate choice to bring pornographic films into their scope of film criticism—have committed the error of conflating porn as art. I hope and pray that those in control of such things repent of their blasphemy and of causing brothers and sisters to stumble,” Dodson said. “The Lord Jesus Christ warned of a horrible fate for those who would cause a believer to stumble (Mark 9:42). Focus on the Family should heed that warning, because there is more than just their credibility on the line here.”

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  • BravesFan

    Let’s all go do some drugs so we can tell everyone to avoid them!

  • Eric Parsons

    You do realize that there is a significant Christian fan base of 50 Shades.
    Most of whom claim “if you didn’t read the book can’t critique it”.
    So if Focus on the Family sees it, they can rightfully speak to it.
    But I doubt if that will be enough for the Christian fans not to see it, even after the secular reviewers have said the movie stinks as well.
    NO I AM NOT A FAN. Going to see Old Fashioned Movie instead.

    • maizie

      There is no “significant Christian fan base” for this reason: a Christian would have nothing to do with it. “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret. ” Ephesians 5:11-12

      Without doubt there are those who call themslves Christian because they are not Budhist or Hindu or Jewish or Muslim, and they attend apostate Churches which still maintain a name of eing Christian. There is probably among them many wanton reprobates who call themselves “Christian” and are great fans.

      “Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,” 1 Cor. 6:9.

      • Peter Leh

        maizie is the gatekeeper of who is and who is not a christian? I thought that was god’s responsibility?

        naw, you are not playing god. because that would be idolatry. 🙂

        • maizie

          This is God’s requirement for Christians.

          “Away then with sinful, earthly things; deaden the evil desires lurking within you; have nothing to do with sexual sin, impurity, lust, and shameful desires; don’t worship the good things of life, for that is idolatry. God’s terrible anger is upon those who do such things. You used to do them when your life was still part of this world; but now is the time to cast off and throw away all these rotten garments of anger, hatred, cursing, and dirty language.” Colossians 3:5-8 (TLB)

          No, I am not God, but I do have His Word as the authority on whick I stand. And all who call themselves Christian must prove themselves according to His standard.

          • Peter Leh

            the let god have the requirement. you love your neighbor. 🙂

          • maizie

            Have you set yourself up as God, Peter Leh? You judge that I do not love my neighbor? It is not love to cheer people on who are running hedlong toward a cliff. It is love to warn them.

          • Peter Leh

            “it s gods job to judge, the holy spirit to convict , mine to love.”

            you have set yourself up as god “pretending” to “know” who is and who is not a christian.

          • maizie

            Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.
            Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.. Matthew 7: 20-21

            11 But now I am writing to you that you must not associate with anyone who claims to be a brother or sister[c] but is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or slanderer, a drunkard or swindler. Do not even eat with such people.

            12 What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church? Are you not to judge those inside? 13 God will judge those outside. “Expel the wicked person from among you.” 1 Corinthians 5: 11-13

          • Peter Leh

            billy’s quote is from the overall story of the bible and useful to those who overstep themselves into the work/ responsibility of god.

            the expelling of the wicked person is not withhold one’s salvation. you don;t know who is truly a christian (saved) that is for sure. 🙂

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/EyrtheFyre Regina Forbes

      I don’t know how any human being could be a fan of that garbage. Let’s put it this way, if Mr. Grey was an fat ugly homeless guy instead of a good looking billionaire, everyone would be up-in-arms! Why? because at it’s most basic, it’s about a man abusing, raping and torturing a vulnerable woman. Feminists especially should be freaking out!
      Even if a woman “asks for it” it is WRONG to abuse her! END. OF. STORY.

  • Kathryn Evans

    “I will set no evil thing before my eyes.” Psalm 101:3

  • Kathryn Evans

    Do you need to put your head under the tire of a semi to know that it’s dangerous?

    • tyler

      a mediocre R rated movie with some sexual overtones (which includes hundreds of movies each year), is ‘dangerous’ ? as dangerous as crushing your head?

      ok. duly noted

      • Michael Todd

        You’re right, Tyler. To become numbed to evil and further hardened in sin is far more catastrophic than putting one’s head under a truck’s tire.
        “And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear Him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” (Matthew 10:28 ESV)

        • tyler

          did you just pick a random bible quote? that has nothing to do with the topic at hand. i think there’s a lot more important things you can do with your time than worry about this dumb movie.

        • WorldGoneCrazy

          Excellent reply, Michael – thank you and God bless you!

  • Faith Ukwuomah

    50 Shades of Grey is nothing but a disease.

    • thoughtsfromflorida

      Actually, it’s a book and a movie.

      • tyler

        glad you clarified that. I thought it was contageous

        • thoughtsfromflorida

          You’re welcome. I didn’t want people to get confused and think it was contagious, like catching “the gay”.

          • maizie

            Actually, it is a symptom of a disease God call “sin.”

          • thoughtsfromflorida

            More accurately, it is what you have chosen to believe God called sin. Unless, of course, you are God. Are you God, maizie?

          • maizie

            Aare you a fool thoughtsfromflorida ?

          • thoughtsfromflorida

            That would depend on who you asked. Most would say no, but some would say yes. It would depend on how each person defines “fool”.

            I’ll ask again: Are you God, maizie?

          • maizie

            Definition: “The fool has said in his heart, “There is no God.” Psalm 14:1.

            And no, I am not God, that’s my Father, and I do have His word on what is sin.

          • thoughtsfromflorida

            Then by your definition, I am not a fool as I believe strongly in God.

            “I do have His word on what is sin.”

            You have what you have chosen to believe to be God’s word on sin. Please don’t confuse faith with fact, as so many like to do. There are actually people who think that because they have chosen to believe in something, that it is therefore fact. Too funny, huh?

          • maizie

            Galatians 5:19 Now the works of the flesh are evident: sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality, 20 idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy, fits of anger, rivalries, dissensions, divisions, 21 envy, drunkenness, orgies, and things like these. I warn you, as I warned you before, that those who do such things will not inherit the kingdom of God.

            Galatians 6:7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.

          • thoughtsfromflorida

            Great cut and paste from the book you have chosen to believe in. Bravo!

          • maizie

            Proverbs 26:4 “Answer not a fool according to his folly,
            lest you be like him yourself.”

          • WorldGoneCrazy

            Excellent, Maizie! I was thinking of “Do not cast your pearls before swine.”

          • maizie

            Oh, that, too.

          • thoughtsfromflorida

            Since you are answering me, that means either I’m not a fool, or we both are.

          • Maggi Fitzgibbon Escamilla

            Better to be silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

          • thoughtsfromflorida

            Perhaps for the fool that is better, but i’d prefer to know for certain regarding others.

  • Weary Warrior

    Focus on the Family, as an organization, has seemingly lost its focus. In the beginning, under Dr. Dobson, it was ostensibly Christian. It now promotes social justice and the concept of holy living is merely a sideline interest. I’ve stopped listening to their radio broadcasts.

  • Tyler Mitchell

    “The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light.But if your eyes are unhealthy, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light within you is darkness, how great is that darkness!”Matthew 6

    My thoughts on Focus on the Family is leaning towards no being a focus of mine if they don’t repent of this and fast!Being a watchman is NOT suppose to mean taking part in sin.

  • Mary Taylor

    I have no idea what 50 shades of gray is and neither does my husband. After reading this article I don’t want to know.

    • WorldGoneCrazy

      Here is a good link, Mary: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/fifty-shades-of-grey-boycott-breaks-100000-signatures-on-valentines-day

      If you go down to near where the comment section is at the end of the article, you will find the 5 related articles. LIfeSiteNews has been all over this since the book came out. Believe it or not, many so-called “Christian” women think the book is just fine. Probably the movie also. God bless you and your husband, Mary!

      • Maggi Fitzgibbon Escamilla

        Maybe “so-called” Christian women do. Born again Christian women don’t.

        • WorldGoneCrazy

          Amen!

    • tyler

      right, and but make sure you comment on these topics that you admit that you know nothing about..

  • Peter Leh

    #1 its not porn
    #2 we are still telling and controlling other christians?
    #3 controlling others and lying is a sin

    • dice1984

      Please explain how it’s not porn…. I’m waiting.

      • tyler

        it’s rated R. that is not porn. Or are you some type of porn expert?

      • Peter Leh

        start with the MPAA rating

    • Kaycee

      Peter, the film is about the sadomasochistic relationship between a man and a woman. Per Merriam Webster, pornography is:

      1: the depiction of erotic behavior (as in pictures or writing) intended to cause sexual excitement
      2: material (as books or a photograph) that depicts erotic behavior and is intended to cause sexual excitement
      3: the depiction of acts in a sensational manner so as to arouse a quick intense emotional reaction

      The film and the reaction surrounding it meet all these criteria. And, out of curiosity, what Bible verse specifically says it’s a sin to control other Christians? I looked here (http://www.openbible.info/topics/controlling_people) and the verses seem to encourage harmony but not letting people continue in their sin without mentioning it to them. That would not be loving – can we agree on that?

      • Peter Leh

        “Peter, the film is about the sadomasochistic relationship between a man and a woman.”

        Yes, the films does have those elements.

        it is not porn. the movie has an “R”. not and “X”. Websters def is all well and good but not useful in a general dialogue when the word “porn” is used.

        RM 14 is good for starters when Paul asks, “who are you to judge your brother?

        we are all adults and to condemn a brother for reviewing a movie….god forbid we might increase our knowledge and not speak in misinformation?

        Are we not the worst in cannibalizing our own?

      • April J

        Porn, as the entire world knows it, refers to seeing a PENIS penetrate a VAGINA. Anything less…is not porn.

  • Fundisi

    It is pornography, it comes from a Greek word from the Bible and it is about prostitution, it is about people, mentally/emotionally prostituting their souls to perverse sexual gods. When we look at these images with lust in our hearts it is a sin.

    Focus on Family was built on the wholly unscriptural idea of Christian psychology, it was mostly a social/political entity supposedly founded on Christian principles, but as they left Christ out, they were false from the start.

  • Bingo

    As Christians, we don’t need a sampling of anything to know within ourselves that they are unworthy of our partaking of. We have the wisdom of God living in us. Why would a Christian take Jesus to see such filth?

  • http://GREATSITE.COM/ John Lawton Jeffcoat III

    I’m not familiar with this film, but I am very confused by something:

    Why are people referring to it as “pornography” if it has an MPAA RATING of “R”?

    It was not judged to be “NC-17” (formerly known as rated “X” or “XXX”).
    It was judged to be rated merely as “R”.
    Some of my favorite movies were rated “R”.
    A rating of “R” is not supposed to be assigned to a movie that is mainly “pornography”.

    So is the “R” rating inaccurate… or is the accusation of “pornography” inaccurate?

    • Peter Leh

      integrity or lack thereof is the reason.

      • April J

        If you don’t see a penis inside a vagina, it’s not porn.

  • http://www.remnantofgod.org/ John1429dotorg

    Maybe they should rename themselves Focus on the “Modern” Family…

    • OldArkie

      Maybe, “Focus On The Worldly Families”

    • Frank

      Focus on 50 Shades of Family Apostasy

  • Dave

    Just so they don’t start telling us what other sins are like, just so we know….

  • OldArkie

    Focus on the Family is a very worldly organization, if they were not they would have nothing whatsoever to do with a pornographic movie nor with Hollywood. American Family Association loves the world and tires to get all Christian join in with them. That way they can make more money.

  • John_33

    What’s next? Will this ‘Christian’ reviewer get drunk to speak out against the perils of drunkenness? Perhaps Focus on the Family will demonstrate for all how heroin has negative side effects? This sounds like a really bad joke. I’m sure the ‘assignment’ was so burdensome for this reviewer…not. Be alert folks, this is a doctrine of devils. The time getting short.

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  • justmesally

    Both leads — the male and female — of this film have stated they hate the film, hated making it, and pretty much ended up hating each other. Is more info necessary?

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    The hype from the Christian community is so unhealthy. It will draw more attention to the perverted evil work. Wasn’t Dorian Grey bad enough and didn’t people get a lesson there? There is nothing new under heaven. Christians should just stay away from evil.

  • Dave

    “Hypocrite” in Scripture
    means “actor”. So in a sense, we are all entertained by hypocrites every time
    we sit in front of a TV.

  • Bill Grumling

    We need to understand one thing. I am reading different christian websites that are buzzing about this film ( Kirk Cameron’s website as well as Chraisma) and some Christians are defending the film and would even like to try this. Like a sports team watching films of their opponent that they will be playing to see what plays they will run and how they will play the game or the Solider reading and watching video of the enemy’s tactics so we can defeat them are all important things. Paul said that we may stand against the schemes and wiles of the devil. For a baby or younger christian or someone who struggles with this we need answers and to get those answers sometimes you have to see what Satan is pumping into the world. And you can scene by scene find biblical refutation. We should not be upset that focus on the family is reviewing this movie. How about we get upset about the Gays and lesbians infultrating the church and tearing denominations apart or pastors that are saying in this issue that we have to update to modern times and that God really dosent mean today what he said in Romans about this it was for that day and culture. Hum Sexual perversion attacking Marriage Doctrine and the bible tearing the church apart or Focus on the Family reviewing a movie for biblical answers which fight is right and more pressing?

  • Magister_militum_praesentalis

    LOL! Did Jimmy Dobson get his rocks off on the review or did he actually watch the movie with the pretext of doing Evangelicals a favor?

    • James Grimes

      It is common knowledge that James Dobson is not connected with Focus on the Family. You should have known this before putting your foot in your mouth.

      • Magister_militum_praesentalis

        Common knowledge among who? The Evangelical and fundamentalist enclave?

      • Magister_militum_praesentalis

        For all anyone knows, Dobson could have been forwarded a copy of the review as the “founder emeritus” of Focus on the Family.

        • maizie

          Speak of what you know – gossip, innuendo and slander are the same as killing someone.

          • Magister_militum_praesentalis

            Indeed. Perhaps an official statement should be made to keep people from speculating, right?

          • maizie

            In May of 2003, Dr. Dobson resigned as President of Focus on the Family (although he retained his position as Chairman of the Board). Dr. Dobson stepped down as Chairman of the Board in February of 2009, and a year later, he released his radio and newsletter responsibilities when he resigned from Focus.

            http://www.focusonthefamily.com/about_us/james-dobson.aspx

            Wikipedia and multile other sources instantly availale vis Google

          • Magister_militum_praesentalis

            I mean the organization should make a statement about fundamentalists being riled up because they reviewed the movie.

          • maizie

            That might be interesting and answer some of the questions buzzing here –

  • tyler

    give me a break.. it’s a rated R movie. Do you people on here realize there are hundreds of thousands of actual porno movies out there?

    • BravesFan

      How many of them have widely circulated trailers and a huge marketing campaign and earned 30 million dollars in one day?

      • tyler

        fifty shades of grey is not by any stretch of the imagination a porno movie. it looks like a lackluster boring movie with some sexual overtones, that I probably won’t see.

        but i’m sure you don’t protest other big hollywood movies that glorify extreme violence and killing, or many other big budget highly advertised hollywood movies that are overtly sexual

        • BravesFan

          Actually, I haven’t protested any movies. I just don’t watch them. I’m frankly just sick of having this crappy movie shoved in my face everywhere I turn.

          • tyler

            I’m surprised it is shoved in your face everywhere you turn. I don’t watch network or cable tv, so i don’t hear about it at all. i saw news stories about it.

          • BravesFan

            Are you not on FB? I swear, every other story on my newsfeed is about it. And by the time it goes away, it’ll be time for the next one. *eyeroll*

          • Peter Leh

            that is because FSG is in your cache. 🙂

        • John Mark IB

          it is porno to those of us who have different morals and spiritual mindset from a Christian worldview not a worldly humanistic worldview?? but, well as for protesting? we all know Hollywood only lives to serve the god this world system satan and or the little god, of mammon or money, bottom line, they don’t care about pro family pro morals and values of the few, why should they? when the immoral majority pays their salaries?? and supports their lifestyles?? they make so called Bible films and completely destroy the truth of the Biblical record and narrative, to make it their own way, $$$$ the public loves it and buys it right up to feed their entertainment lust and desire and craving for this type of empty fulfillment, so what are we to do?protest? just don’t support them with our $$$$ but protest what? this is the world today, and it will be judged by Him who judges rightly and justly, so all we can do as Christians is to stand as best we can for truth and righteousness in a dying world and give them hope as here…have a blessed day/night and week and if you’re and sincere seeker of truth may GOD bless you with love joy and peace always in Jesus name and may He help you to His truth! have a blessed day you might not be a believer, but if you’re remotely interested here’s hope praying for you friend…:)

          http://faithsaves.net

          http://www.pillarandground.org/home/?page_id=36

          http://discoverthebible.org

          http://faithsaves.net/the-book-of-daniel-prophetic-proof-the-bible-is-the-word-of-god/

  • Frank

    Ahh well Focus on the Family should not call themselves Christian anyways. Besides that their reasoning is soo completely unbiblical and sinful, next thing you know they will just come full force and sit under an upside down satanic cross and call it representing something from Jesus.

    • Magister_militum_praesentalis

      Are you talking about Hollywood’s attempted appropriation of that symbol?

      • Frank

        You know I am not.

        • Magister_militum_praesentalis

          Well, if people could only be informed of the actual historical meaning of the symbol, there would not be a problem, right?

          • Frank

            It’s a satanic symbol which is why it’s on the chair. No other reason. Smoke and mirrors. Eat the apple it’s not laced with anything. Sure stick the idol in your home God didn’t really say not to. Etc. Smoke and mirrors.

          • Magister_militum_praesentalis

            Ah, so you were referring to the same old paranoid, anti-Catholic line as before.

  • dee

    Nothing but soft porn, who would go sit through that garbage, pollutes your mind and spirit.

    • tyler

      I have a solution for this. It’s not too difficult:

      Don’t see the movie, or talk about or comment about it.

  • TheBottomline4This

    Garbage = no review.

  • Bitsey

    Anyone remember this song?
    Oh, be careful little eyes what you see
    Oh, be careful little eyes what you see
    There’s a Father up above and he’s looking down in love
    So be careful little eyes what you see.

    I remember reading a comment of an article about this book and the lady said she wished she never read it because she can’t get the images out of her mind.

  • Carol Pool Sadler

    I don’t know if you have any control, but the ads on this page are some of the crudest porn ads I have seen. I have not seen this filth before, so somehow they have attached it to the subject.

    • tyler

      you have a virus on your computer

  • Gil

    Romans 12:2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.

    It also says in 2 Timothy that men will be lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God.

  • RileyN

    What a joke of an excuse to watch a filthy movie that is clearly not condoned by the Lord.

    • Peter Leh

      which movie is?

  • Leigh

    Please share you’re thoughts on Focus on the Families website, fb and twitter. Share your comments w/ Dr. James Dobson on his fb & twitter as well. They aren’t seeing them here,

  • Leigh

    It was completely unecessary and wrong for them to watch this movie. They knew the content. I’ve heard James Dobson say over and over, in the many year’s I’ve followed him, that Christians shouldn’t watch, listen to… anything ungodly. He’s said it’s ungodly for Christians to do so, and even that it will open the door for Satan into our lives. Please share you’re comment’s on the “Focus on the Family’ website, fb and twitter and on James Dobsons fb and twitter pages.

  • April J

    It’s. Not. Porn.

    • Lee F O

      Pornography (often abbreviated as “porn” or “porno” in informal usage) is the portrayal of sexual subject matter for the purpose of sexual arousal. Pornography may be presented in a variety of media, including books, magazines, postcards, photographs, sculpture, drawing, painting, animation, sound recording, film, video, and video games. The term applies to the depiction of the act rather than the act itself, and so does not include live exhibitions

  • kady772

    Not that I’m defending this movie, but it seems a bit strange to me that people are all gung ho crazy about this one movie, when 75% of what you can turn on the television is nearly just as bad. Are there campaigns against Glee or any one of the horror movies that have come out recently? Sure, maybe they’re not quite as sexually explicit, but if you ask me, things like that violate the Bible just as much as Fifty Shades does. At least this movie is up front about the content.

  • Tony Robinson

    Why is 50 Shades of Hell drawing such a crowd? I can answer that by watching something else: “But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed.” James 1:14, silly rabbit.

    Focus on the Family is not known for relentlessly standing for absolute values. For example, instead of standing completely against evil, they pushed a regulation on partial birth abortion, claiming it would save lives. The campaign brought in tons of money for them, and they kept the scam up until I and several others ran full page ads in major city newspapers exposing the lie. Dobson afterwards admitted that the law would not save one baby.

    • Lee F O

      Dobson is no longer the president. They kicked him off the board years ago. Unless that’s changed?

      • Tony Robinson

        Same counsel there exists that echoed his words. It was not all about him. He was merely the chief spokesman at the time.