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Christians Outraged by ‘Blasphemous’ Super Bowl Ad

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Many Christians are taking issue with the “He Gets Us” ad that aired during the Super Bowl, feeling that it misrepresents the message of Jesus and his teachings.

They argue that the ad erases the message of sinfulness and makes the washing of feet nothing more than a cheap slogan.

Kevin Sorbo proclaimed, “Jesus doesn’t affirm sin.”

Christian influencer Allie Beth Stuckey asked, “Shouldn’t we just be happy Jesus’ name is getting to millions of people?”

“If it’s not the Biblical Jesus, then no,” she answered.

“If you’ve got the money and opportunity to buy a Super Bowl ad slot, share the gospel. Don’t waste it on some ambiguous mumbo jumbo that makes Jesus into our image rather than depicting Him as the King and Savior He is,” added Stuckey.

Journalist Megan Basham wrote, “We should certainly love sinners just as Jesus did. But part of that is teaching that they are sinners. … He Gets Us erases the message of our sinfulness and makes the washing of feet nothing more than a cheap slogan.”

The real issue is not that God gets us, but rather how we stand before God and whether we understand his holiness and our need for transformation through faith in Christ.

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