Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2 AX
[Progressive television – ideological broadcasting – redefines ‘freedom’ as ‘without obligations’.
Yet, when the hero saves the victim (standing in for the disempowered viewer), the victim is emotionally obligated to the hero (standing in for the television producers and their Progressive religions).
These redefinitions produce an idol of unreal love (where television elites and disempowered viewers are united in hatred against a foe).
These redefinitions produce differential freedoms (the television elites are not obligated to the viewer victims, but the viewer victims are emotionally obligated to the elites).]