Heh. You are going to quote the Bible at us now? I think you should go back to my advice earlier, reread it, and embrace it. In Danse Macabre, Mr. King makes a comment which I think is very useful. I don't have the text in front of me so I am probably going to paraphrase despite my best intentions:
"Fiction reveals truths to us by telling lies about people who never existed."
I think you should consider that statement for a bit. There is value in stories which show people doing bad things. There is no night without the day; the road to heaven is made interesting only by demons along the way. I would suggest that stories (and Stephen King's stories do this in particular) highlight the bad and good behavior. They elevate us even as they show some descend. All that lofty language aside, we are talking about imaginary people living imaginary lives. You have your own soul to worry about without having to stress out about imaginary people or those that create them. I think you have a great career waiting for you in the pulpit, but unless you haven't noticed... this isn't a Church. We aren't your flock.