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They Laughed When I . . . Come Unto Christ uses classic advertising line to draw people to religion, community, and belonging

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The ad — They Laughed When I Sat Down At The Piano — But When I Started To Play! — was created in 1926. Authored by John Caples, the ad went on to become one of the most popular and successful ads in history.

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Well, turns out it’s the inspiration for a COME UNTO CHRIST ad too.

 

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The original ad’s format has been adopted and utilized many times over the years. It appears it is now finding new legs in the religious community.

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