What's wrong with Victoria's Secret™ models? Nothing. That's right -- nothing. Why? Here are several reasons:
- The only reason you could think it was wrong is if you are fatter and uglier than they are, and you're just jealous. Get over it.
- The only other reason you could think it was wrong is if your wife or girlfriend are fatter and uglier than they are, and you're just jealous. By the way, that's obvious.
- They've made it. They're successful. They've had to be successful to become a Victoria's Secret™ model, and you're jealous of they're success. That's easy to see.
- The Bible doesn't say it's wrong to be a Victoria's Secret™ model, and so if you judge it to be wrong, you're adding to scripture like a Pharisee. You are "above that which is written," because the words "Victoria's Secret™ model" do not appear in the Bible. And for good measure, you are making the traditions of men into the commandments of God.
- You are straining at a gnat by criticizing Victoria's Secret™ models, and that's why there's nothing wrong.
- You are ignoring the weightier things of the law by bringing up Victoria's Secret™ models, and that's why there's nothing wrong.
- You are minimizing the gospel by criticizing Victoria's Secret™ models, and that's why there's nothing wrong.
- The Bible doesn't tell us how long clothes should be, what should be covered, and there are not any pictures.
- God looks on the heart, not the outward appearance.
- Immodesty is an inward problem and not an outward problem, anyway.
- If you say Victoria's Secret™ models are wrong, you are trying to cleanse the outside of the cup, like a Pharisee again.
- People who think immodesty is an outward problem are moralists.
- You can't judge Victoria's Secret™ models to be unsaved, because salvation is by grace through faith and not by works.
- Beyond total nudity, the Bible doesn't have any rules of modesty, so if you say Victoria's Secret™ models are wrong, then you are adding rules like the Pharisees did with Sabbath violations.
- Saying Victoria's Secret™ models are wrong is living according to culture and not according to the Bible, so you're putting culture ahead of theology.