Jesus Saves…At the Bronco's Game

If Christians believe that Jesus supposedly helps Tebow with his game, wouldn’t it be more Christian-like for Jesus to use his time to help abused children, the hungry, the disabled, the homeless, the downtrodden? Why help a guy that makes millions when the weak are the ones who need it? Just sayin.



  1. outsiderstatus

    Uh yeah, jesus hasnt saved ME or anyone else I know; people who really truly could use a helping hand, people who need saving, and who’s the j-man assisting? Tebow?
    I have NOTHING against someone’s christian or otherwise belief, just keep it to yourself, k? And if you are rude enough to ask me what I believe in and I say “science” dont try to convert me. Your hell doesnt scare me, I dont care if thats where Im going and NO amount of cajoling from you and your kind is gonna bring me over to your side.

  2. Burl Barer

    “Let deeds not words be your adorning” — Abdu’l Baha
    Every moral construct world wide in each dispensation, be it Judaism, Christianity, Islam, or Pedestrianism (walking your own path) inculcates as imperative the following:
    Care for the poor and needy, the sick, the stranger, the orphan the widow and disenfranchised.
    and do not give gifts to the rich.
    There is nothing anti-science about advocating kindness. Games of sport go in and out of style, but compassion is timeless.

    1. Prinnie (Post author)

      I wonder about compassion though. I look around at some of the people who most caw loudly for missing and murdered children, and they are the most vile, obscene excuses for human beings that I have watched in a long time. They are almost as bad as the criminals they bleat about. They do not care about their fellow man – only their agenda. Same can be said for our current political state. Our world is in sad shape right now.


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