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Ed Stetzer’s Super Bowl He Gets Us Commercial is the Most Blasphemous One Yet, Depicts Jesus as Affirming of Homosexuality and Abortion

by | Feb 12, 2024 | Abortion, Apostasy, LGBTQ Issues, News, Opinion, Politics, Religion, Social-Issues, The Church, Video | 0 comments

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Last year, The Dissenter reported on a proposed partnership between the Southern Baptist Convention’s North American Mission Board (NAMB) and a heretical “evangelism” ministry called He Gets Us. He Gets Us, as we demonstrated, is not only a gay-affirming ministry that will help you find a pro-LGBTQ church, but it also preaches a false gospel of inclusivism. He Gets Us is essentially a PR campaign for Jesus that attempts to make Jesus more palatable to the world.

NAMB, which is led by Kevin Ezell, has a historical pattern of partnering with organizations without doing his due diligence. For example, NAMB is still in partnership with a major megachurch in Florida that is regularly baptizing openly practicing and unrepentant homosexuals to plant churches. NAMB also regularly plants churches with women pastors in opposition to the SBC’s statement of faith.

Thankfully, after that was exposed and brought to light, Ezell decided to sever official ties with He Gets Us and move on. However, this only begs the question: what on earth would make Ezell want to partner with such an insidious organization, to begin with?

All of this was proven in their latest commercial which aired during the Super Bowl last night—the He Gets Us campaign, which Ed Stetzer is highly involved in, isn’t even hiding it anymore. The commercial depicts Jesus washing the feet of homosexuals, people at abortion clinics, and every other sin, and then ends with the caption, “Jesus Didn’t Teach Hate, He Washed Feet.” Watch:

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Of course, this is completely and totally stupid and completely twists the entire meaning of Jesus washing feet. When Jesus washed feet, it was illustrative of the internal cleansing he does to people He would save on the cross. He doesn’t just wash people and allow them to continue in sin—he cleanses them from their sin and calls them to “go and sin no more.” This commercial, like every other left-wing Bible-twisting propaganda, paints Jesus as an antinomian who doesn’t care if you continue in sin. The most hateful thing you can do is lead sinners to believe that they are perfectly fine and right with God despite their continued unrepentant sin.

The Southern Baptist Convention, which is unfortunately led by hundreds of men just like Kevin Ezell—gullible to embrace secular movements while demonstrating zero discernment—has been enthralled with social justice propaganda since it was normalized in the denomination through Russell Moore’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC). Through sinister players like Moore, many Southern Baptist pastors and leaders have now bought into much of the political left’s social propaganda.

And this is exactly why He Gets Us is so appealing to many mainstream Evangelicals like Kevin Ezell—He Gets Us is nothing more than a left-wing propaganda movement designed to brainwash Christians and move the church’s stance on social issues away from a biblical worldview. This ad below from He Gets Us, which is set to be played during the Superbowl this year, is a perfect illustration. By cloaking the birth of Jesus into a false narrative that “Jesus was a refugee,” He Gets Us cleverly makes an emotional appeal to Christians by comparing it to the thousands of illegal aliens flooding our borders daily.

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