He sets the table for his larger question by looking at two recent developments: an study correlating a rise in the suicide rate in the aftermath of the suicide-themed Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, and a film to be produced by Sean Hannity and directed by Kevin Sorbo, whose last offering was the ham-handed God's Not Dead.
His reason for mentioning the series is to assert that art / entertainment can have cultural implications in something close to real time, and his reason for mentioning the second is to show the sad state of attempts my Christians and right-leaners to get involved in culture.
He then gets to his core message:
Examples abound of great Christian creators of literature prior to the onset of the Great Cultural Rotting Process of the last 60 or 70 years: Flannery O'Conner, G.K. Chesterton, C.S. Lewis. Their work, though, was something that could enrich a reader approaching it from pretty much any orientation.
In any event, all this weighs upon my thought processes, given that I make most of my money from writing and music. It's certainly counterproductive to whine about the dauntingly high barriers to entry into those fields for known conservatives, but on the other hand, it does no good to be in denial about those barriers.
I guess it comes down to starting incrementally, taking advantage of entry points where one sees them, not proselytizing but also gathering the courage not to be silent when times arise for stating one's principles.
And, above all, making real art.