‘Heretical,’ ‘Beautiful,’ ‘Conversation Starters’—Christians React to He Gets Us Super Bowl Ads

Churchleaders: The He Gets Us campaign, launched in 2022, has been featured on billboards and TV ads all across the country. It is fully managed by the nonprofit organization Come Near, which is led by CEO Ken Calwell and a growing team.

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Christians arguing……….my goodness…….so many Christians devour politics and not the Word of God. Just 4% of us have a Biblcial Worldview, even thou we have a Church on about every street corner in America!

A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another:
just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.
 
By this all people will know that you are my disciples,
if you have love for one another.
John 13:34-35

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Jessica Lea

Over 700,000 people have been prompted to go to the He Gets Us campaign’s website as a result of two ads about loving one’s neighbor that aired during the Super Bowl Sunday night. However, while some Christians are praising the ads as “powerful” and “beautiful,” others are sharply criticizing them, characterizing them as “apostasy” and affirming of sin.

“The point of @HeGetsUs is to spark the interest of non-believers, not to present a treatise on Christology in a matter of seconds,” said Justin Giboney, co-founder and president of the AND Campaign. “No sin was affirmed in that commercial, but the human dignity of all people was affirmed. Jesus came to seek and save the lost.” More Here

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