On another thread someone raised this question. I am curious what most people think. Myself, I would agree if it were a bookstore located in a church, but for a large public bookstore, I don't really agree. What is wrong with them offering entertainment, art, etc that is family friendly in nature, in addition to bibles, theology books etc? I would think that a large Christian bookstore might view it as a benefit to their customers to offer a selection of family friendly movies, novels, games, toys etc. for their customers to enjoy. Customers might like the idea of having some type of filtering done if they were to wanting to choose a movie or book for their family. What if a Grandma wanted to let her grandchildren pick a movie to buy? Isn't it nice to also have the choice of taking them to a christian bookstore to choose from rather than only the Walmarts and Bestbuys? Should the mandate of a public Christian bookstore to only sell bibles, commentaries etc? I don't believe so.