"With his unconventional pass delivery and a physical style that seems just as comfortable running the ball anyway, some wonder if University of Florida star quarterback Tim Tebow will achieve NFL glory. But football fans just may get to see the story of the Heisman Trophy winner and unapologetic Christian impact the pro sport's biggest game of the year.As the recent dust up over Brit Hume's call for Tiger Woods to become a Christian, any public expression of Christianity and it's implications will be met with fierce resistance. I hope the ad becomes a reality and makes an impact for the unborn.
Colorado-based conservative group Focus on the Family reportedly may buy a Super Bowl spot for an ad about how Tebow's mother carried him to term despite a difficult and dangerous pregnancy.
If true, it would be just another example of Tebow annoying the secular left. The quarterback is as famous for wearing Bible passage citations on his game-day eye black as for winning an NCAA championship. As NewsBusters has detailed, that practice – and the faith it symbolizes – is irksome to some commentators.
Tim TebowAlmost a year ago, CBSSports.com columnist Gregg Doyel wrote, "Tebow's religion is seen as good because it is the religion of the majority. But it's not the religion of everybody. It's exclusionary, and just because you share Tebow's faith, that doesn't mean you're right..."
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
There may be a pro-life Super Bowl ad this year that features star quarterback Tim Tebow.