Book one of Omotosho’s Marriage series follows multiple different characters in their searches for romance. Along the way, they learn that it is essential to seek God, rather than marriage, trusting in His choice for their partners.
So I think that the idea of “clean” content can align with Christian beliefs, (since the Bible is clear that sex is supposed to happen exclusively in the context of marriage) but we encounter an issue when clean books are promoting a secular, idolatrous worldview.
After my recent post about the idolatry of certain Christian romances, I wanted to highlight some Christian media (in this case, a movie), that I feel good about recommending, because the point is not that you need a romantic partner to be fulfilled. The first time I watched the Princess Cut film, I was inContinue reading “Christian Romance Recommendation: Princess Cut”