In our clip the girls’ lawyer made a deal with the prosecutor—if the girls signed an admission of guilt, the judge would let them go home. But before the ink dries on the paper, a court official announces that drug smugglers will not be pardoned. Watch the sacrifice Alice makes for her friend, Darlene, and see how it illustrates substitution.
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I ask you this morning to put yourself in Darlene’s place. How would you feel about a person who would ...
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