Reformed Theology When does a Christian become to worldly or involved in worldly things?  Calvinism

When does a Christian become to worldly or involved in worldly things?

Reformed Theology When does a Christian become to worldly or involved in worldly things?  Calvinism
When does a Christian become to worldly or involved in worldly things?

An issue I have been wrestling for a while now. When I think about myself, reading books, movies, video games, and anything in between that is produced from a secular worldview, I tend to consume that media. Other times I get rid of anything secular produced and only consume Christian versions of those items. Can there be a middle ground for a Christian? For instance, I like to watch youtube videos and I subscribe to both Christian and non-Christian channels. I tend to go for periods of unsubscribing from my feed non-Christian channels and only have my Christian ones, because I feel like it is time better spent in enriching myself on theology.

What media (news outlets and theological sites) do you visit?

What should we do as a Christian?

An issue I have been wrestling for a while now. When I think about myself, reading books, movies, video games, and anything in between that is produced from a secular worldview, I tend to consume that media. Other times I get rid of anything secular produced and only consume Christian versions of those items. Can there be a middle ground for a Christian? For instance, I like to watch youtube videos and I subscribe to both Christian and non-Christian channels. I tend to go for periods of unsubscribing from my feed non-Christian channels and only have my Christian ones, because I feel like it is time better spent in enriching myself on theology.What media (news outlets and theological sites) do you visit?What should we do as a Christian?
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