Making distinctions—saying "yes," saying "no"

A friend and I were talking about the sort of advertising you often see in slick magazines now—advertising for jeans, perfume, automobiles, vacation resorts, that is based on sensual attraction or on power and status.

Obviously, we said, if you were involved, you'd have to say "no" as a Christian and Christian Scientist to such methods and to their more subtle psychological cousins as well.

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