“He Gets Us” Spending more than $800 per month A campaign for advertising can cost millions of dollars Millions of people were exposed to Jesus by millions of people who tuned in to the Super Bowl 2023. Its attempt to win the world over with a modernized Christ did not endear all those it tried to reach.
The first commercial showed a series black-and-white photographs of children helping others in distress. The 30-second-long clip concluded with the tagline “Jesus didn’t want us to act like adults,” a reference to Christ’s teaching about childlike faith in Matthew 18.
“If I could see the world through the eyes of a child, what a wonderful world this would be,” The song is narrated.
The second ad featured a slideshow of black-and-white photos depicting heated arguments — most of them political in nature.
“Jesus loved the people we hate,” Before plugging the He Gets Us campaign webpage, the video was completed.
These commercials give a vague, inoffensive, and uncontroversial image of Jesus to anyone who doesn’t already like Christianity. They are actually part of a larger campaign that makes radical comparisons between Christianity and Islam. Jesus and the U.S. border crisesThe exploitation of this resource is done by corrupt cartels to gain profit and bold conflations. Jesus and his disciples accompanied by groups that walk the streets with him today, “challeng[ing] authority” “ma[king] a lot of people uneasy,” In an effort to appeal to current culture.
“We look at the biography of Jesus through a modern lens to find new relevance in often overlooked moments and themes from his life,” The campaign’s website states.
Campaign representatives stated that they hope to run these eye-opening ads by using an updated depiction of Christ to sympathize and understand the problems of those who are suffering. “are spiritually open, but skeptical” Organized religion
These ads are, therefore, designed to look and feel like the social agenda that has made its way into every American institution during the last decade.
However, the messages conveyed by these videos were widely rejected and smeared.
“Something tells me Jesus would *not* spend millions of dollars on Super Bowl ads to make fascism look benign,” Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Democrat Rep. and progressive darling Quipped Soon after the second, Twitter was notified. “He Gets Us” The ad was broadcast, and her tweet received nearly 200,000 likes.
No matter how hard Christian campaigns — especially evangelical ones — like He Gets Us try to win over the world by twisting the Gospel to fit our culture’s standards, they will fail.
Don’t conform to this world
It shouldn’t surprise that even the most modest of advertisements can be a distraction.
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