Pornographic novels enticing Christian women


When Jessi Bridges first heard about Fifty Shades of Grey through a fellow blogger, she had no idea what all the fuss was about.

But she found out quickly. Bridges’ social media networks soon exploded with women discussing the erotic novel—including, to her shock, many of her Christian friends. Bridges, a 27-year-old wife and mother, couldn’t understand how so many missed the danger of the book’s unbiblical message.

“This trilogy should be approached … as pornography, plain and simple,” she said. “Christians should absolutely avoid it.”

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