From my article published today at WorldMag.com:
Christians like investing in cultural goods simply because they are “Christian”. From literature to music to football, many of us have our tastes shaped by the beliefs of the producer of a product. Entire industries are built around “Christian” products, and oftentimes these products are of a lower quality than what you’d expect for their broader industries. But this is deemed acceptable (and often goes unnoticed by consumers) because the label “Christian” apparently makes up for these shortcomings.
Read the full article HERE.