Re: Just sayin', maybe the problem people have with Tim Tebow...
posted at 11/28/2011 3:42 PM EST
In Response to Re: Just sayin', maybe the problem people have with Tim Tebow...
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Just sayin', maybe the problem people have with Tim Tebow... : @WesternOregon - Reality? Please provide evidence that can be verified by any non-biased third party. You didn't answer my question. Would you mind an outspoken atheist getting such attention and injecting his worldview into football? Would you? I would. Just as I don't like Tebow doing it. Lastly, you started the thread, so if anything it is YOUR issue. Ever look in a mirror?
Posted by BelichickforPresident[/QUOTE]
"Would you mind an outspoken atheist getting such attention and injecting his worldview into football?"
Oooo! Oooo! Oooo! Let me answer that one!
Let's see..... high profile athlete....... knowingly wears his faith on his sleeve...... a media always wanting to get a good story..... pre and post game interviews....... Somehow I don't think that even the low down national mecdia hores would seek out those kinds of interviews, unless it's politically motivated.
Gee! I wonder how his interviews would be WITHOUT the media hores always asking about AND bringing up his faith? I don't recall hearing anyone bich about tebow's incessant need to talk abiut his faith; the media hores bring it up or lead him into that disfussion. Despite what his hateres want to believe, he's never said that The Good Lord ran the ball for him, threw the ball for him, or made a game time descision for him. It's been his BELIEF in Him that has got him where he is. Will you haters now line up to challenge all that BS about players thanking Grandma or someone stepping out to give him a hand, if he continually "thanks" them for were and how he turned out? (Remember, something had to spark the 3rd party to step in and up to help out.) Cripes! They even made a movie about Mike, the Raven's OLman! No whining and complaining about that, even though it's about someone believing in him and him believing in someone else. I guess that's tangible because people are real. Faith is intangible, and I guess that's why it scares you so much. You fear what you can't see, touch, or feel.
Let the Hate come down on the next Patriot (player, coach, or any other person connected with them) when and if they ever mention Him in any interview. Will that please you to no end?