Monday, February 08, 2010

The Superbowl Scam of Focus on the Family -- There was not one single thing from the Bible mentioned in the $2 million Tebow Superbowl Ad.

The Superbowl Scam of Focus on the Family -- There was not one single thing from the Bible mentioned in the $2 million Tebow Superbowl ad.



Focus on the Family claims to be a bible based charity. Where is the money for the Gospel going at Focus on the Family? Did Jesus die on a bloody cross and suffer such agony so Focus on the Family could spend $2 million on a cross-less and sanitized commercial that has no eternal significance at all according to the Bible? They could have just as easily put up a repeat music video of Kool and the Gang singing "Celebration" and it would have been the same pointless commercial.



As Kate Shellnutt, religion columnist for the Houston Chronicle so accurately stated when describing the Tebow Ad: "No mention of abortion. No straightforward pro-life message. No talk of God or the church or Bible verses or anything like that."

"If a person is ashamed of me and my message in these adulterous and sinful days, I, the Son of Man, will be ashamed of that person when I return in the glory of my Father with the holy angels." Mark 8:38

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