Thinking about women

The following excerpts are from a podcast lecture series called "Being a man in the modern world."

Justin Byrd: (podcast announcer): If I were to walk down the street and look at the advertisements and magazines on the street corner, I would be inundated with sexual images of women. With all those images, how are men supposed to think about women? To address this challenging question and hopefully get to a more fulfilling and substantial view, we have with us Chet Manchester, a Christian Science lecturer from Massachusetts; and Kevin Henneberger, a college student from Texas.

Kevin Henneberger: As a student, whether I'm in class or with my friends or at a party—You wonder, how do I approach women? How do I interact with them?

Justin: There seems to be sort of a world of confusion on this topic. Chet, I know you've dealt with it a lot in your life and have some insightful things to share with us.

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October 22, 2007

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