Super Bowl 2024: Unveiling the Attack on Christianity

Super Bowl Satanism

There’s an unmistakable war being waged against Christianity that has escalated in recent decades and was on full display at this year’s Super Bowl, during both the game and the commercial breaks.

In recent years, we’ve witnessed churches flying pride flags, hosting drag shows, and even some churches claiming that God is “non-binary.”

The “He Gets Us” Super Bowl ad that was aired about a week ago, was yet another example of how the world has distorted Christianity to align with a politically woke agenda.

The multi-million dollar ad portrayed what was supposed to be Jesus washing the feet of a gay man, a woman at an abortion clinic, and a BLM rioter. The ad ended with text that read, “Jesus didn’t teach hate. He washed feet.”

There is only one story in the New Testament of Jesus washing feet and it was at the Passover meal before his crucifixion. Jesus washed the feet of his Disciples–the people closest to him and the people who had been following him his entire ministry, not the Pharisees. Jesus was not washing the feet of every unbeliever and sinner he encountered. He came and died for all of us but He was a servant to those willing to be served by Him—not those who opposed Him. While that did include washing the feet of Judas, Pastor Mark Driscoll pointed out on X that: “Jesus washed Judas’ feet and still sent him to Hell.”

In short, the entire premise of the ad was that Jesus didn’t teach hate, he washed feet– and that’s it. The ad also implies Jesus was accepting of all kinds of sinful behavior– and he wasn’t. The ad only touched upon a very small aspect of Christianity. It addresses that Jesus was loving but completely disregards the part where He is also wrathful. The ad portrays Jesus as someone who came to bring peace and didn’t come to make anyone uncomfortable. That is not Biblical. Biblical Jesus came in flipping tables and standing for Truth.

“Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.” -Matthew 10:34

Many Christians defended this advertisement, claiming that it was supposed to appeal to “secular liberals” and that “if this advertisement is able to bring someone to our side then so be it.” But, Christianity isn’t supposed to appeal to a secular crowd, it’s supposed to offend them. If you can preach the Gospel and your message appeals to a gay man, a transgender person, an atheist, and a woman who gets abortions, then you aren’t preaching the Gospel.

If it wasn’t obvious enough that this ad was nothing more than Leftist propaganda cloaked as Christianity, consider heading to the “He Gets Us” website.

The very first thing they have displayed on their homepage is a message that reads:

“How did the story of Jesus, the world’s greatest love story, get twisted into a tool to judge, harm, and divide? How do we remind people the story of Jesus belongs to everyone? These questions are the beating heart of He Gets Us.

In their FAQs, one question reads “What is your stance on the LGBTQ+ community?” Their response was,

“Jesus loves gay people and Jesus loves trans people. The LGBTQ+ community, like all people, is invited to explore the story of Jesus and consider his example of unconditional love, grace, and forgiveness of others. No matter who you are, YOU are invited to explore the story of Jesus and consider what it means for your life.”

The appropriate answer to that question would have been 1 Corinthians 6:9-11:

“Or do you not know that wrongdoers will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor men who have sex with men nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God. And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God.”

In short, you will go to Hell. But God sent his only son to die on the Cross to redeem you and save you from eternal damnation

Additionally, the website is filled with articles that look like CNN published them. Here are just a few of them: How did Jesus step over barriers of race, gender, and stigma on the side of the road?”; “Jesus was exclusively inclusive.”; “Jesus overcame bias, too”; and “Four Ways Jesus Supported Women’s Equality”.

He Gets Us– yes, but he also changes us, calls us to repent and turn away from our sin– which they make no mention of anywhere on their website. “Go and sin no more.” – John 8:11

The bottom line is that the advertisement was blasphemous. The people behind He Gets Us had an opportunity to tell the truth about Jesus and salvation to hundreds of millions of people. Instead, they chose to lie to millions of people and portray Jesus in a way that fits a secular and woke narrative.

Christians who defended the ad are exactly part of the problem. Many Christians today have become much more concerned with offending man than offending God, so they distort the truth and water down the Gospel– and that is how we ended up as a country that doesn’t dare to mock the Muslims or the Jews, but one that openly mocks Jesus and Christianity.

“Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand firm. Stand therefore, having fastened on the belt of truth, and having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and, as shoes for your feet, having put on the readiness given by the gospel of peace.” – Ephesians 6:13-15

Christians, it’s time to wake up.