From Justin Timberlake‘s celebrated halftime show (and not-so-celebrated wardrobe) to the Philadelphia Eagles‘ unprecedented victory, here’s a small cross section of Christian music’s reaction on social media to the big game Sunday evening. With John Mark McMillan‘s pithy comment about Dodge Ram‘s truck commercial and its questionably-related soundtrack (seriously…did you think that it was appropriate?), and Irishman Darren Mulligan (We Are Messengers) adopting American football as his own (if at least for one day)—we start with Winter Jam headliner John Crist‘s version of a wardrobe malfunction, thankfully, no censorship needed.
John Crist + eyeblack on Instagram: At least he got one part of this right…
John Mark McMillan on Twitter: Using MLK audio to sell…trucks?
Just got my kids in bed and turned on the game on to hear one of the most moving speeches. It was obviously MLK. He was quoting Jesus. “Greatest in the kingdom is a servant”. Breathtaking. I was on the verge of tears until I realized… oh, their just selling trucks.
— john mark mcmillan (@johnmarkmc) February 4, 2018
Gotee Records artists Finding Favour = band-waggoneers, or not?!
Steven Malcolm & Aaron Cole liked JT’s halftime show…
JT KILLIN IIIIIIIIT!!!!!!!! Cmon bruhhh 🔥🏆🐐🎶🕺🏽 #SuperBowl
— Steven Malcolm (@stevenmalcolm) February 4, 2018
Props JT 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
— Aaron Cole (@IAmAaronColee) February 4, 2018
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