The Focus on the Family Superbowl ad – John 3.16

I’m not sure the big deal. Cute commercial and, you know, free country if you can buy the air time.

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6 Replies to “The Focus on the Family Superbowl ad – John 3.16”

  1. Got no problems with it, as long as my tithing money isn’t paying for it. Too many other things more important. 30 seconds gets lost in the beer and ED commercials of football. About the previous posting, Love Jesus, Hate Religion…..a teenager might rebel, like they all do, against religion, since they perceive a bunch of old men trying to tell them what to do. I have it, this morning (Sunday), how about an add during the football game (Ravens & Texans), saying “aren’t you guilty not being in church?” Of course, more than likely, the mother and kids are in church, and the husband is watching the game. The down side of the Tebow effect.

  2. What’s the problem? Yes, they can buy whatever airtime they can afford and say whatever the FCC will allow, but the underlying issue is that FotF is one of the major organizations responsible for defaming Christendom in America with their evil, spurious lies about gay people and their never-ending crusade to theocratize our nation.

      1. What more needs to be said? Besides that Tim Tebow is American Christianity’s Dilettante du Jour™ (sorry, Jim) with his ostentatious PDR (Public Displays of Religion) that should embarrass and rankle any believer with 1/4th of a brain, but instead he’s deified (irony!) and celebrated as being a hero of faith. I can think of five verses (apart from John 3:16) that Tebow breaks on a regular basis, a series of actions that forms the basis of his fame. (e.g.: don’t touch pigskin, don’t pray in public)

        It’s embarrassing, or at least should be.

  3. “is one of the major organizations responsible for defaming Christendom in America with their evil, spurious lies about gay people and their never-ending crusade to theocratize our nation”…I thought that was the Republicans. BTW, I do not understand a group like the Log Cabin Republicans. That’s the same as a black person being a Republican spokesman on Fox. At least Steele has the intelligence to appear on MSNBC to represent the Republicans.

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