Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 8 years ago

Atheists: Tim Tebow threw for 316 passing yards. John 3:16. Is that enough to convince you that God is real?

Tim Tebow is one of the few good guys left in the NFL. The liberal media would rather praise all of the disgusting NFL players like Michael Vick and others who get arrested for animal abuse, domestic assault, murder, and so on.

Yet the liberal atheist media tears Tim Tebow to shreads just because of his faith in God.

Atheists - Tebow threw for 316 passing yards.

John 3:16 is the quintessential Bible verse.

If this does not convince you, I don't know what does.

23 Answers

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Best Answer

    I KNOW!! Isn't that mind-blowing? I think that was a sign or something 'casue seriously....

    Maybe God was using Tim to remind us of His love for us and what His Son Jesus Christ is our Savior. I agree with you, the media might be more into praising the bad guys than into the good ones like Tim. Negative controversy = attention.

    ♥(((((((((((((((((((((((((((((My mostest belovedest Evangeline Tim Tebow))))))))))))))))))))))))))))♥ Blessed, boy, you're so blessed can we finally marry?

  • 8 years ago

    That verse as nothing to do with Tebow, so no it's not enough. You could take any number, slap a colon in the middle, and call it a sign from God. That just shows how full of crap you are.

    @TCR: Actually football is an American sport, so not EVERYONE is watching, only a certain percentage of Americans. Leave it to fundies to say God's sending everyone a message through something only 3% of the world actually cares about. If it was an important message from God He should have used an international sport like soccer or at the Olympics. If God is ALL POWERFUL, why can't He send each person a VERY clear message that they can interpret no other way?

    God, assuming He's real (which is a stretch), does not communicate through football. Only Tebow fans would say that. Do you think all of the losing teams think Goddidit?

  • 8 years ago

    well you won me over... That is it, I will turn from my heathen ways and believe in god... Thank She-Ra that god communicates using football games. I surely know that a mediocre QB throwing 316 yards is fully comparable to previous miracles... I mean, how is a good passing game not like walking on water or bringing people back from the dead?!? If Tebow wasn't enough to convince you all: today I woke up for work at 4:26!!! Like Ephesians 4:27!!!!! case closed!!!! right? I guess it could have been a coincidence but that would be boring, ergo Miracle....

  • Laura
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    What I hate is how much christians distort numbers to make it fit into their insanity. He ran 316 yards, and christians arbitrality transform that into 3:16 to refer to some random bible reference. It just makes no sense. Also if there is a god, why would he be so worried about a freaking American sport that is just entertainment? what about the countless other teams in the league and other sports that ALSO pray before a game?

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  • 8 years ago

    Michael Vick is a husband and a father? He paid for his mistakes and is crying to make amends. But that is not enough for some people. You wish to take away this man's right to earn a living for he and his family and destoy what's left of his humanity. I love animals but no animal is worth destroying the life of a human being. And despite what some of you rascist self-righteous bastards think, Michael Vick is a human being. You support the "right" of a white man to shoot a beautiful innocent deer for the sport of it but would crucify Michael Vick for his connection to a dog fighting ring. The majority of African-American athletes go to work, support their families, are active in their churches and communities and obey the law. These athletes do not make the front pages of the news paper. I love Tim Tebow because he is a Christian but what are you?

  • Eli Manning > Tim Tebow

  • 8 years ago

    1. I hate Vick more than I hate Tebow

    2. Tebow honestly just isn't that good of a quarterback. Compare him next to Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady and it's just embarrassing

    3. I don't dislike Tebow because he's religious, I dislike him because everyone plays him up like he is some great quarterback who has these amazing comebacks, when in reality he is mediocre. He wouldn't have to come back in every game if he actually played football for the first three quarters.

    I wish him the best of luck against my Patriots next week; he's going to need it.

  • 6 years ago

    This is just a coincidence but you would rather turn it into a sign that god exists. If tebow was an atheist, you wouldn't care.

  • 8 years ago

    I really love your very Christian name.. Period Blood? You are kidding man? Are you 12?

    It's a coincidence, nothing more.

    If the Broncos beat the Pats on the road I might start to believe... but it's not going to happen.

    Source(s): My infinite wisdom.
  • 8 years ago

    Its no surprise this is not clicking with most of you. God uses people to get his message across. Do you realize that EVERYONE is talking about this? If football is the thing that everyone is watching right now, why wouldnt He use one of the most controversial quarterbacks to get His message across? And the message wouldnt be the same if the broncos won every game. Its tebow unwaivering faith, win or lose, that is really the key here. I think its awesome, and i think coincidence or not, it has the entire world talking and thinking right now. God is playing this well. Its Christian marketing at its best. :)

    Source(s): Yahoo
  • Vin
    Lv 7
    8 years ago

    His name isn't John...

    1Tim 3:16 And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.

    2Tim 3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:

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