The “Tim Tebow ‘anti-gay’ church” speech has both fans of the NFL player and the public talking this week, as Raw Story reported this Saturday, Feb. 16, that the football star is going to appear as a guest speaker at the First Baptist Church of Dallas in Texas. The church is known for its anti-LGBT and anti-semitic religious leader, Pastor Robert Jeffress, who made headlines for calling President Obama one of the servants of the “Antichrist” previously.
Sources report this weekend that Tim Tebow is scheduled to talk to over 10,000 church goers this April 28 during his featured appearance. The quarterback is known for his commitment to his Christian faith, and has also spoken at previous large churches in Arizona and Texas.
Pastor Robert Jeffress has received much criticism for his anti-gay and anti-Semitic remarks, as well as his negative comments about other religions. The specific faith issues Tim Tebow will be speaking about during his speech to the First Baptist Church of Dallas remain unknown, said the report.