Blasphemous Super Bowl Ad Mocks Christians Everywhere

During one of the initial commercial breaks of the 2024 Super Bowl, Come Near aired its advertisement showcasing various individuals washing someone’s feet in an attempt to emulate Jesus.

However, numerous individuals believed that the ad failed to capture the true essence of the Biblical message.

The purpose of the ad was to bring attention to, a campaign designed to “remind everyone, including ourselves, that Jesus’ teachings are about compassion and acceptance, rather than exclusion,” as stated on the group’s website.

The advertisement consists of twelve different scenes, each depicting one person washing another’s feet.

The majority of these scenes portray white individuals as the ones performing the act of washing. Interestingly, none of the scenes feature a minority individual washing the feet of a white person.

Furthermore, some scenes even seem to convey a message to white Christians, urging them to overcome any prejudices they may hold.

One scene, in particular, portrays a white priest washing the feet of an individual who appears to be a member of the LGBTQ community.

Another scene shows an older white woman washing the feet of a displeased young woman outside a Family Planning Clinic, with pro-life protesters visible in the background.

The account of Jesus cleansing the feet of his disciples can be found in John 13:1-17 and is commonly interpreted as a demonstration of humility conveyed by Jesus to his disciples prior to the Last Supper.

Nevertheless, numerous individuals on social media perceived the advertisement as “blasphemous” and believed that it did not genuinely portray the intended lesson that Jesus was trying to convey to his followers.

By Trent Walker

Trent Walker has over ten years experience as an undercover reporter, focusing on politics, corruption, crime, and deep state exposés.

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Frank Glinski
Frank Glinski
4 months ago

The commercial of Jesus’ message of serving others as a way to Christian greatness is leaving out the minorities and sending a message that they are not involved in building up the kingdom of heaven. I think the director missed the point here.

4 months ago

Is this a commercial white washing?

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