Rejected John 3:16 Super Bowl Commercial - LookUp 316 - Education Videos
If THIS Is How He Celebrates An Anniversary, I Can't Wait To See The PROPOSAL! - @hulahan
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When They Saw This Old Woman Sit At The Piano No One Expected THIS. Hang On Tight! - @hulahan
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This Couple Welcomed Their Bundle Of Joy In The CUTEST Way Possible. So COOL! - @hulahan
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So THIS Is What News Anchors Do During Commercials! No Wonder They’re Always Smiling! - @hulahan
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These Brothers Of The Bride Have Some Important Words For The Groom. And I'm CRACKING Up! - @hulahan
00:04:59 10758 views
Embed hulahan 39471 views 2011-02-03T02:30:38 John 3:16 is part of the culture of football. We occasionally see it on signs in end zones after field goals and extra point attempts; on players' tape and tattoos; and Tim Tebow was famous for writing it in his eye black. And yet, many fans don't know what it means. They have yet to be touched by the hope it offers - the immediate relevance it has to their lives. The original goal of LookUp 316 was to air a national commercial during Super Bowl XLV on February 6th, 2011. When the organization took this idea to Fox Sports, host network of this year's Super Bowl, they rejected the commercial on the basis that it contained "religious doctrine." Fixed Point will now be airing this commercial in Alabama during this year's Super Bowl on February 6th, 2011.
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