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The dictionary defines "scandal" as disgraceful actions, offensive behavior, defamatory talk, or malicious gossip. So, should Christians be watching "Scandal" on TV? Short answer: No! One might think that watching such behavior is innocent since it's merely peering into the actions of others. However, when a person is "entertained" by something, they are participating in it, or it would not be entertaining. The Bible says " . . . do not share in the sins of others. Keep yourself pure. (1 Timothy 5:22 NIV). Celebrating or being entertained by the "scandalous" behavior of others, to God, is participating in it. We can't sing "I am a friend of God" on Sunday and then be entertained by His enemies for an hour on Thursday night! Saints, you know I am hard on those of us who are in leadership. However, it's not just about the pulpit. Coming to church with "scandal" in your spirit is just as offensive to God and injurious to a worship service as a pastor who comes to church leading a "scandalous" life.