Lack of morals in american teen dating
The series has received numerous awards, including honors from the Parents Television Council, The Media Project's Shine Awards, Entertainment Industries Council's Prism Awards, Viewers Voice, Anti-Defamation League, Film Advisory Board, the Academy of Religious Broadcasting, Kids Choice Awards, Teen Choice Awards and the TV Guide Awards.
Tingle, Sorority Boys), David Gallagher (Phenomenon), Jessica Biel (Summer Catch, Ulee's Gold), Beverley Mitchell (Phenom) Mackenzie Rosman and Adam La Vorgna (Brooklyn Bridge).No further comments are being accepted at this time.Questionable—While I believe this show is meant to be indicative of Christian values and morals, one is to be aware of the fruit. 1 the pastor, never uses the Word of god for any kind of advice, and is as a matter of fact very uneducated in the matter and he shouldn't be a pastor.His children, especially the oldest son Matt; is a very desperate male always on the look-out for a girlfriend never using any discretion consideration and all things suddenly are compromisable as far as his Christian values.Lately I am more tempted to believe as he has gotten older, he has forsaken his faith, for lust.Starring: Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks, Barry Watson, Jessica Biel, Beverly Mitchell, David Gallagher, Mackenzie Rosman | Produced by: Brenda Hampton, Aaron Spelling, E.
Duke Vincent of Spelling Television Show Synopsis: (from the producer): From Spelling Television and Brenda Hampton comes "7th Heaven", a critically acclaimed family drama about a minister and his wife sharing love, laughter and life with their seven children.
Chronicling the many complex problems of growing up in the world today, the young adults on 7th Heaven are exposed to issues ranging from dating crises to teen suicide, sibling rivalry to gang violence.
Storylines touched on such topics as the Holocaust, hate crimes, violence in schools, drug use, vandalism, drinking and driving, teen pregnancy and homelessness.
Mary has become a very rebellious individual, very self absorbed and manipulative, not really a behavior we would want our children to pick up.
I guess Mary has never really grasped hold of the Christian values or lifestyle the family is apparently trying to portray. As we see, by our example of Matt and Mary's , compromise comes with a high price and in the long run somebody is paying even though it isn't personally effecting them, the ones who are compromising.
It isn't considered indecent television, but as is true in our world today, Christians have come to a compromising state with the world and subtly the message is it's okay to walk in the world as long as nobody gets hurt. —Elizabeth Avoid—I echo most of the other comments regarding this show's characters and the obvious lack of morals.