TV Stations Turn Down Exodus Ads

Veenker, Jody
September 1999
Christianity Today;09/06/99, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p21
Reports that a media campaign about overcoming homosexuality received complaints from homosexual-rights activists. How homosexual-rights activists have blocked the commercials from running on major television stations; Description of the ads; Comments from Bob Davies, executive director of Exodus International North America.


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