The Super Bowl Exploiting Women - Do Christians Have Any Fun?
Why in the world must the Super Bowl exploit women? And what in the world does the bathing suit edition have to do with Sports Illustrated? The Super Bowl remains the biggest national cultural event of the year — 103,000,000 people watched it. We note the impossible contradiction of “feminists in bikinis.” Sex appeal and sexual domination don’t both work in the Super Bowl half time show. Professional sports in America doesn’t do Christian men much good, especially when there is real life to live and real battles to wage. But, how do Christians have fun? What is the sort of rejoicing that Christians find most rewarding? Always coram deo.
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