Barf me out with a Houston Chronk:
NFL athlete and Christian activist Tim Tebow will join pastors, Christian musicians and Christian comedians at a sold-out event in Champion Forest next week to discuss how men can step it up to be better leaders in their homes, workplaces and churches.
Tebow’s successful college football career and current position as Denver Bronco’s quarterback make him a manly-man in an everyday sense, but evangelical Christians say it’s his unashamed willingness to adhere to the moral teachings of his faith that make him a man in a religious sense.
Tebow, who told reporters that yes, he was a virgin and yes, he was waiting until marriage to have sex, has become an example of contemporary “biblical manhood,” a good guy, willing to speak out for Christianity and actually practice what he preaches.
So can we presume that he doesn’t preach this part of the book of christian mythology?
Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy
The chunk o’ wording that christianists used and in some places still use (unconstitutionally, of course) to justify laws which prohibit certain activities only on a certain day of the week because certain people of a certain religion don’t want anyone to be able to engage in those activities on that certain day of the week?
Do millionaire athletes get to write their own verses for the book of christian mythology – and edit others?
Is that a Nike swoosh on your bible? Or are you just glad to see me?