This image is from the cartoon "King of the Hill." Here, one of the main characters expresses his dislike of Christian rock music. Although some religious groups have embraced rock music as a means of spreading their religious ideologies, many fans of rock music see this development as a sort of reversed blasphemy towards rock n' roll.
In "Mass Effect 2," the character Thane Krios, an assassin, talks with the main character about the religion of his race and how the three gods of the religion intertwine with his work as an assassin. He also talks about his religion's idea of the afterlife being like the ocean.
The cast of 19 Kids and counting is not made up of your typical crew. This family is a very conservative christian faith family. This show has since been removed from the air because of moral controversies surrounding a main character. When people support religious show it seems they tend to want the message and messenger to be a lined.
This image reflects an image of Jesus Christ praying behind the strip of Las Vegas, Nevada. The words, "Jesus Loves Sin City" are plastered across the front of the image. This image is played on as sin city can refer to hell and the dark side. Many people have been placating this message by expressing it in all forms, such as tattoos. I included this image because it relates to popular culture in Las Vegas.
Chidester's article discussed how religions can incorporate bits of popular culture in order to be more accepted by a changing society. Christian rock music is one example of this. However, many people seem to think that there should be a separation of church and rock music.