The relationship between media and religion has already been problematic since the very beginning, but in this relationship the media is as sinful as any means and mediums. The media is not the sole sinner in this relationship. It does what it does through the things that have been happening. But without a doubt, media allocates what is religious, it abuses; as it wants everything to be visible, it denies privacy as well as the truth. Media’s truth is its own truth and media doesn’t contemplate, as it is closed to contemplation; its concern is not to contemplate on religion and religious matters, it merely touches upon religion, it mumbles about it. It does not concentrate solely on religion and religious matters, but it uses religion as a tool in line with its needs. Eventually, it imposes its own elements on religion, but it never contemplates on religious matters. The media contents that are in an attempt to prioritize religious contemplation, therefore, often remain out-of-place and incomplete; they cannot reach the masses at the desired level.