Christian media and arts are in great transition. As America is transitioning from a modern to a postmodern society, the church is putting forth effort to transition from the modern, traditional religious practices,to the ancient, biblical, and true form of worship. People are experiencing God for who He is, and walking in the liberty of experiencing Him, without being bound to religiosity. People are understanding that Christ shouldn't be separated from the culture, but should be a cultural norm. However, the progression of the Chrisitian dance industry has not been parallel to the church's revolutionary movement. Christian dance is in need of improvement and growth. The first battle of the Church was the introduction of dance. Now that praise dancing has become the norm, its creativity has been stunted. Christian dancing is placed in two categories labeled "liturgical dancing" or "praise dancing". Wouldn't it be awesome if the society's perception of dancing could be broadened, and the line between Christian and secular dancing could be erased?
a) Both option 1 and 2
b) Let it the Christian dance industry remain the same and separate
c)A filtered industry in which all dance is dedicated to the Lord
d)More professional, perfected, and technical dancing for the Lord