My DH and i were eating at a locally owned franchise of Wendy's. We hadnt been there more then 5 minutes when i noticed the music was strictly christian. I was a little put off by it and was tempted to ask them to change it. But decided against it. It really wasnt my business to tell people what to listen to. So, i just tuned it out.
If you are a "non-believer" how would you have felt about being in a well known resturant that played chirstian music? Christians how do you feel about playing christian music in a resturant, where people of all beliefs eat?
Answer by MamaChamp at 3:20 AM on Apr. 18, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 4:34 AM on Apr. 18, 2009
I think it's ridiculous that a major chain like Wendy's would allow that. Actually, I don't think they would, but, it's possible they cater to the area. IMO, most Christians wouldn't appreciate, listening to other Gods being either praised or denounced, so, it should be universal (including offensive secular music) . A franchised establihment should keep things neutral. A small business owner should exercise thier freedom of expression (thru music & other means). But, a chain shouldn't, I don't go to Wendy's for atmosphere, I go for the spicy chicken sandwich's, if they want my business they should consider ALL thier consumers, & usually they will because it effects thier bottom line.
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