advent of new technology has made several things easier and faster. However, with technological advancements comes the challenge of adapting to changes. An article posted on ChristianityToday.com
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discusses how the world of Christian writing is not spared as Christian authors and publishers have faced opposition to their works that were published on eBooks:
…Colorado literary agent Rachelle Gardner warned in a blog that if Christian authors fail to mention their books’ faith-based content, they are in danger of receiving nasty reviews. “The star ratings on [sites such as] Amazon and Goodreads do influence how people look at the book,” she said.
More exposure, more criticisms
As religious writers join the eBook revolution, it should be noted that more people will become aware of their works because of the exposure they are getting. Much like Christian songs that are also made available online, their books are also exposed to a broader reading public, a great majority of which do not share the same views and beliefs. Hence, the authors and their works have been easy targets for criticisms. The article continues:
Mark Kuyper, president of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, says it’s hypocritical to complain that a book has a Christian worldview. After all, he says, Christians who pick up a general market novel don’t receive any warnings of potentially objectionable worldviews.
Tolerance should prevail
a world of dissenting views and opinions, tolerance from both sides should prevail in order to make the most
of the situation. Though it is true that some authors and publishers may get discouraged because of the negative comments and feedback they may receive, it is important for them to push on and continue to stay focused on their mission. Just like the first century followers of Christ, modern day Christian writers and artists will normally face opposition.
Several of today’s notable Christian writers and performers like Bishop Leonard Scott have continued to preach the gospel through songs and
literature with much fervor and passion. It is in the hope that through their output, with the help of technology, more people will experience positive changes in their lives.
(From Book Buyer Beware? It’s Christian Fiction., Christianity Today, Published June 8, 2012)