Monday, December 12, 2011

Bob Costas on Tim Tebow



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8 comments:

Lavender Darwin said...

I know nothing about the guy, but I can respect from this clip that he doesn't shy away from both living his testimony and also keeping it as a positive one. No doubt the anti-Christian bigots of the world hate that, and no doubt the MSM would rather see more headlines of lunatic Christians, and not genuine folks like Tebow. Good for him making the headlines (and Costas commentary seemed, for the most part, fair).

Fish, I'm starting to think that the two dominant themes of this blog are football and vasectomies. Is that a co-relation?

FishHawk said...

Tebow serves as a fine example of just how far most in the Christian community truly are from our Heavenly Father. For he has been given an incredible amount of attention because of his outspoken relationship with Christ Jesus, and all he can say is that he doesn't think He has anything to do with football. So, I ask, what relationship, and since most in the Christian community applaud his efforts, what kind of relationship do they truly have with Him?

Lavender Darwin said...

Easy answer to that one, Fishhawk: Tebow understands what I do: football is idolatry, this that's why God doesn't have anything to do with football. Cheering for muscular young men by obsessed fans, scantly-clad cheerleaders, incessant alcohol ads - it's as Calvin would describe, a massive "temple of idols".

Hmmm, that does pose a dilemma, though, of why would Tebow, as a Christian, be playing football then?

FishHawk said...

Be assured that our Heavenly Father has everything to do with everything, in one way or another, my dear Lavender.

Lavender Darwin said...

Oh I know that, and I also know that he wasn't too pleased with that Golden Angus that the Israelites were fond of worshipping... (Exodus 32)

FishHawk said...

You are certainly right about that, my dear Lavender! Be assured that it is all part of what He wants to accomplish, and be also assured that no one will be able to honestly say that they did not understand everything that He wanted them to, come Judgment Day. For He will make sure of that, Himself.

Lavender Darwin said...

Fishhawk, you might be interested in Al Mohler's podcast today, as he addresses a number of the Tebow stories in the news recently: link

FishHawk said...

Thanks for letting me know, my dear Lavender! I'll check it out when I can.