And so we see once again how a leader of Armstrongism is once again trying to control peoples' sexuality.
Considering how PCG and Armstrongism in general tend to be very negative regarding popular movies and books this condemnation is perfectly predictable.
Printed in large letters to the side of the article are the following words.
Released in time for Valentine’s Day—as if it was the perfect date movie—it raked in more than $94 million in the United States alone over the four-day weekend.In other words the movie made nearly five times as much money in four days as PCG does in a year ($19.5 million in 2012).
There are also comments posted by people who seem to take this article seriously. Here is one of them.
I remember reading harlequin romances… these were just the start of wrongful thinking… being dissatisfied, thinking that this type of fantasy was what one should want.This comment got twelve likes.
Fifty Shades of Grey is what those type of novels lead to. Satan works on us a little at a time to twist our thinking.
Thank God that He opens our minds, shows us what wrongful thinking is, how to avoid it and that He will heal our minds if we yield to Him and put forth our best effort.
(I emphasize again this is a comment. It is entirely possible this person has nothing to do with PCG besides reading their stuff and being somewhat sympathetic to -- at least some of -- what they say.)
So even those "harlequin romances" are (apparently) the work of Satan according to this reader of PCG's writings.
This is a sad attitude to have. There are better ways to view feelings related to sexuality and the yearning to have a better life.