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Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
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Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&featur...otNWkvrSqc

I'm losing faith in humanity with these videos.

The comedian in the interview was pretty decent though.
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
I love the way xtians trivialize their alleged 'god.' As if a fucking football game was important enough to warrant divine intervention.

Assholes.
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
Have you guys seen this yet?

http://www.latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/...12/1378838
"How is it that a lame man does not annoy us while a lame mind does? Because a lame man recognizes that we are walking straight, while a lame mind says that it is we who are limping." - Pascal
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
Well this is exactly what the comedian guy was saying. How is inspiring someone to throw a fucking ball more important than solving world hunger, eliminating disease, getting rid of cancer and stopping all war?

Bullshit to the highest degree.
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
Christians have always needed a hero to inspire them. They find a good candidate, adjust the facts and add inspirational music whenever they can. Tim Tebow is just the latest in a long line of hero's. At least no one voted this one into political office.
I have studied the Bible and the theology behind Christianity for many years. I have been to many churches. I have walked the depth and the breadth of the religion and, as a result of this, I have a lot of bullshit to scrape off the bottom of my shoes. ~Ziploc Surprise

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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
Quote:Christians have always needed a hero to inspire them.

Just like they need a villain to scare themselves silly.
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
(January 14, 2012 at 12:40 pm)Ziploc Surprise Wrote: At least no one voted this one into political office.

It really wouldn't fucking surprise me.
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
(January 14, 2012 at 12:37 pm)Minimalist Wrote: I love the way xtians trivialize their alleged 'god.' As if a fucking football game was important enough to warrant divine intervention.

Assholes.

Well I suppose if Pat Robertson were on the job here he would say that God is all powerful. He is just as capable of helping people in Africa who are suffering from fairly curable diseases but are too poor to afford medical care as he is of helping this Tebow guy. The reason why he chooses to bless Tebow is because is America is a nation that is blessed by god, and it is blessed because of it's long history of upholding and obeying Christian principles, blah...blah...blah.. Africa, on the other hand is cursed because they refuse to give up their witchcraft and wizzardry, and the apatosauruses that are living in the Congo. Aids was a warning to them....god is slowly giving them over to the Muslims blah blah blah. It sucks to be you, you people of the dark continent. Turn to god and give me money.
I have studied the Bible and the theology behind Christianity for many years. I have been to many churches. I have walked the depth and the breadth of the religion and, as a result of this, I have a lot of bullshit to scrape off the bottom of my shoes. ~Ziploc Surprise

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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
(January 14, 2012 at 12:41 pm)Napo Wrote:
(January 14, 2012 at 12:40 pm)Ziploc Surprise Wrote: At least no one voted this one into political office.

It really wouldn't fucking surprise me.

After Reagan, Bush x2, Palin, Bachmann, and Romney, Tebow is a logical consequence! A destiny even!
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RE: Tim Tebow. Divinely Inspired.
http://www.conservapedia.com have pretty much been worshiping Tebow ever since the first time he prayed on the feild:
Quote:ProFootballTalk declared: "If someone was writing this stuff into a Tim Tebow movie, they would have been fired by now because it all sounds too unbelievable."[33] "Jesus observed, 'If you can believe; anything is possible to the believer.'" (Mark 9:23).
and
Quote:Pro-Christian Tim Tebow -- who would often play with the Bible verse "3:16" painted under his eyes -- completed 10 of 21 pass attempts in his stunning victory yesterday, meaning he passed for 31.6 yards per completion. [31]
and they are even suggesting that he is evidence of god
Quote:Evidence for God? During his college years at the University of Florida, Tim Tebow wore sun shadings with the number 3:16 on them, in reference to John 3:16. What are the odds of Tebow throwing 316 yards in his team's victory over the Steelers? 10,000 to 1? A million to one? Did God Himself make it happen? [32]
AND they even say that Tebow's success will make it difficul for Obama to win the State of Colorado?!?!?
Quote:Are liberals worried that conservative Tim Tebow's stunning success for the Denver Broncos will make it more difficult for Obama to win the swing state
of Colorado?Already CNN is omitting news of Tebow's success on its website's front page. [34]
That Tebows team is so blessed that any team who mocks Tebow is cursed to lose by god himself..
Quote:The team that mocked Tim Tebow -- the Detroit Lions -- are humiliated by the New Orleans Saints tonight, 45-28. [46]
...accept for the baltimore Ravens...
Quote:Lots of air time is going to ... people who want to criticize conservative QB Tim Tebow. Baltimore Ravens’ linebacker Terrell Suggs piles on against Tebow: "With all due respect, we don't pray on the sideline," Suggs said. [48] They could meet in the playoffs, if both of their teams win.


Needless to say, nothing gets more nuttier than the "in the news" section of Conservapedia...like the "question evolution campaign", something they say will destroy atheism and the myth of Evolution and bring untold Millions to Christ with the help of people such as "Shock of God" from Youtube.
Quote:The American Question Evolution! Campaign is about to move faster! [6][7] Evolutionists, the time of stalking evolutionary shams is over. Creationists are moving in for the kill!
Pretty much if they think anything is evil or non-christian they immediately label it as "atheism", and claim that all atheists are like Stalin.
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