Tim Tebow is listed as a special guest at the anti-gay, anti-Semitic First Baptist Dallas mega church led by pastor Robert Jeffress, TV Guide reported on Feb. 16. Jeffress has spoken out against Muslims, Jews, Mormons and members of the LGBT community. According to the First Baptist Church’s website, Tebow is listed as a “special guest” at the 9:15 a.m. service on April 28.
Jeffress has previously denounced all non-Christian religions, including Islam, Judaism and Mormonism. Leading up to the 2012 presidential election, Pastor Jeffress warned members of the First Baptist Church in Dallas that re-electing Barack Obama would “lead to the rise of the Antichrist.”
Jeffress has also expressed his vehement displeasure over the repeal of President Clinton’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” policy. The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” member of the LGBT community to serve in the United States Armed Forces as long as they did not voluntarily reveal their sexual orientation. The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy protected gays and lesbians in the military from being about their sexual orientation by other military personnel. Pastor Robert Jefress also insists that 70 percent of the gay populations has AIDS, and has referred to AIDS as “a gay disease.”
It is not known whether or not New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow agrees with First Baptist Church Pastor Jefress teachings. The media often overexposes Tebow’s commitment to his Evangelical Christian faith. Tim Tebow speaks to youth about staying on the right track and dedicating their lives to the Lord.
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