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Saving Jesus Radio Spot

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Published on Jan 20, 2011

January, 2011: Living the Questions is running ads in two test markets: Portland, Oregon and Austin, Texas. This ad ran for one day in Portland before being taken off three stations due to listener complaint. Later, the ad was taken off of three stations in Austin for the same reason. More info at Living the Questions' blog: http://livingthequestionsonline.wordp...

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Script for Living the Questions' 60 second radio spot for "Saving Jesus"

Ever feel like Jesus has been kidnapped and taken hostage by the Christian Right? Or maybe even worse, simply cast aside as irrelevant by those on the secular left?

What if Jesus was like nothing you thought you knew? Who was He, really, and what can we know about Him today?

To explore these questions and more, we're introducing "Saving Jesus," a 12-part video presentation that takes a close, thought-provoking look at who Jesus really was, and how he can be credible for the 21st Century.

Featuring interviews and insights from 25 specialists, "Saving Jesus" leaves behind old ideas and talks candidly about a Jesus you've probably never heard about, one with relevance for today.

If that's what you're longing to find, we urge you to get your copy of this important video program at Saving Jesus dot com. That's Saving Jesus dot com.

It's already a respected video resource for progressive Christian communities around the world. Now it's available in a home edition for your use.

Does Jesus really need saving? Go to Saving Jesus dot com today.
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Ad copy by Arlyn Stotts http://www.stottscreative.com
Creative consultant: Craig Hedges

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