Is that better than drinking, drugging or being somewhere when your entourage kills a couple of young men? Allegedly.
Doesn’t take a Bible to answer those questions.
Tebow doesn’t brag. He made it to the top, albeit briefly, in a very tough and competitive career path.
(Hey, if anyone wants to pile on a football player, how about Mr. Flacco?)
If a Buddhist member of SGI USA ascended to a professional league of any sport, he (or she) would be in front of the cameras talking about chanting and the fact that everyone is worthy of respect.
In many ways, faith demands dialogue. If folks feel that they have discovered a path to imbue their lives with purpose and help with the tragedies or sadness inherent in being alive- then it is incumbent to share this.
To not tell others about such a wondrous belief is like being a spiritual miser.
The real issue in football right now is not Tebow. Nor salaries. Although, Ravens, really? Again a Flacco reference. True the money was determined last year. It is still a stupid mistake.
Back to topic. Should men be playing this sport? And simply for the amusement of the masses?
The recent financial settlement to former players, in which the NFL did not acknowledge any responsibility, showcases the devastating injuries as a result of this sport.
Is football so different from the Christians and the lions in ancient Rome?
Only now the deaths take longer.