The point he makes is interesting and something that I think ranks high as a major issue in the church. We often look at the big sins: adultery, drunkenness, drug addiction, homosexuality, and so forth, but what about normal everyday worldly things like sports? Do we seek for enjoyment in other activities not usually looked at as sin, but because we put so much emphasis on it, it actually is?
It's not that we can't enjoy God's creation and non Christian activities per se, but are we making an idol of these things? Sports, movies, video games, work, rest...the list can include anything that has power over us that is unrelated to what we should be doing as Christians. We're all guilty of this, so not pointing fingers here, but do we recognize it? Do we try to change it? Are we making the best use of our time?