Tebow-haters are sick

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“You will be hated by everyone because of me….” (Matthew 10:22)

Tim Tebow is the Denver Broncos quarterback who’s having an amazing winning streak.

Adept at both rushing and passing the football, Tebow is a dual threat quarterback. The Broncos was 1-4 before Tebow began playing regularly, but immediately began winning with him on the field, often by coming from behind late in the 4th quarter or overtime. This year, Tebow is sporting a critic-defying 7-1 record, and becoming the NFL’s most talked about player in the process.
The youngest son of Baptist missionaries who homeschooled their five children, Tebow is a devout pro-life Christian who openly prays on the football field.

For that, he has incurred the wrath of the God-hating Left who call him all manner of ill names, including “annoying,” “disturbing,” “a douche,” and “the anti-Christ” — which is hilarious because the Left don’t believe in Jesus the Christ.
But the latest reaction from the Left is just sick.
A blogger with a popular pro-abortion blog is urging readers to “support” Tebow by donating $10 to a pro-abortion group every time he scores a touchdown this Sunday against the New England Patriots.
Patrick B. Craine reports for LifeSiteNews, Dec 14, 2011, that “Sophia” of the Abortion Gang blog is urging supporters of abortion to donate $5 or $10 “to your local pro-choice organization…for every touchdown Tebow throws next week.”
“Sophia” writes:
“I figure this is indeed the best way to enjoy football, support Tim Tebow (more touchdowns, mannn!!!), and give, give, give to pro-choice organizations earning little to no glory, yet desperately in need of funds.
This is the same man that used the Super Bowl to a) build his reputation and brand as the saintliest saint of an athlete that ever lived, and b) raise money for an anti-choice organization that would deny the right to abortion to millions of women that need it. Yuck.
If you’re a sports fan that also thinks women should be able to do what they want, when they want, and how they want it with their uteri, you can join in this too.”
Despite receiving criticism for his Christian and pro-life beliefs, which has only increased since he took over as starting quarterback with the Broncos this fall, Tebow has remained unapologetic for his outspokenness.
In a radio interview last month, former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer had complained that the overtly Christian football sensation should tone it down. But in response Tebow told ESPN that he wasn’t about to back off his faith:
“That’s how it works because Christ comes first in my life, and then my family, and then my teammates. I respect Jake’s opinion, and I really appreciate his compliment of calling me a winner. But I feel like anytime I get the opportunity to give the Lord some praise, he is due for it.”
I suggest we counter Sophia’s sophistry by donating to a pro-life group each time Tebow scores a touchdown. To donate to LifeSiteNews, click here!

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5 responses to “Tebow-haters are sick

  1. Tim has never branded himself as the “saintliest saint”.
    Women should be able to do what they want, when & how they want w/their uterus? Code for sex whenever, whomever, etc. I just can’t grasp my head around how a woman, who has the possibilty of getting pregnant , doesn’t feel some personal responsibilty for making a choice to have sex and live with the consequences. Guess I’m not very “tolerant” nor “compassionate”.

  2. I lost interest in football when I quit playing….and I guess I could say the same thing about sex…but in my experience in matters of procreation are best left up to God and women. Any displays of willfulness on my part have generally ended with less than satisfactory results…and plausible deniability
    is priceless when one is only a man.

  3. I read this blog awhile back! This part made me even sicker to my stomach:
    “This line of reasoning is not a new one for anti-choice groups. The message is, “if you abort, just think, that could be the next President of the United States in there, the next scientist that cures cancer, or the next greatest football player alive!” In Tebow, the gifted athlete and vocal Christian, anti-choice groups found their perfect hero to prop up; if his mother had done what abortion groups say is acceptable – had an abortion to save her own life- Tebow would not be alive. Never mind the fact that Tebow’s mother made the decision despite the risk to her health for herself – something denied to women seeking or supporting abortion- it is clear to everyone (or should be , anyway) with a brain that 99.9% of the fetuses gestating right now are not , in fact, going to become gifted athletes like Tim Tebow.”

  4. So what she is saying is a might of been teacher, janitor, preacher, roper, UPS driver, etc…Isn’t important! Or what about a phone tech.? I bet she would change her mind if ppl quit providing her services. What if she pulled through the drive-thru at say McDonalds and all the lights were on, but no one was there to take her order? Or if she locked herself out of her apartment and called “Pop A Lock” and no one ever showed up? What if one of those aborted babies was the one person that God was going to use to lead her to Christ?
    Something to think about!


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