Art, like morality, consists in drawing the line somewhere. (G. K. Chesterton, 19th-20th century English writer and philosopher)

Most of us are not genuine art critics. We usually just say, “I know what I like.” And tastes differ greatly. What to one person is beautiful and inspiring to another is boring or beyond understanding. Morality is like that in many minds, too. Wherever you personally draw the line determines the boundary. What we really need, however, are clear, specific limits.

Evildoers do not understand what is right, but those who seek the Lord understand it fully (Proverbs 28:5).