From a thread in a Fundie forum: Is the line between POV and "thou shalt not" a little gray at times? For example, nowhere in the Bible does it say "Thou shalt not smoke" but preachers will use I Cor 6:19-20. Could this verse also be used when preaching against drinking? As teens we were taught that dancing was wrong. A) close dancing could be s*xly stimulating B) fast dancing has too much of a beat to it. Did Frank Garlock hit the mark with "The Big Beat, A Rock Blast"? Does music effect us? Should we avoid music based on the lifestyle of the artist? Movies - Back in the Day, you could always count on a movie being good if it was Walt Disney, but could you be sure of anything else - remember back then there was no rating system. Do we draw the line at G, GP, R - of course we would never go to an X movie. Can we watch an R rated movie - violence or otherwise- without it affecting us. And of course there is playing cards. Sure "Go Fish" is harmless enough - but how long before you start playing for money - and then high stakes. And what about gambling. If I have a dollar, does it make a difference if i spend it on a soda pop, (which is bad for my teeth) or on a lottery ticket? Paul's statement in I Cor 8:13 "Wherefore, if meat make my brother to offend, I will eat no flesh while the world standeth, lest I make my brother to offend" - is that a command or just advice. There are a thousand more examples - but the bottom line is "Where do you draw the line" and is that line different for each individual.