More debate on Fox about Tebow’s Pro-Life Superbowl ad. This time Focus on the Family’s Jim Daily weighs in and Jehmu Greene again supports the pro-choice (pro-abortion?) view. (see previous posts Attackers of Tebow’s Ad Not Pro-Choice, O’Reilly vs. Abortion Supporter on Tebow Ad, Learn From Tebow — Stand for Something)
Several Christian NFL Pro Bowlers support Tebow’s Pro-Life Super Bowl ad. According to the Baptist Press:
David Garrard, quarterback for the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars, said he appreciates Tebow for standing by his convictions.
“I applaud him for standing up for what he believes,” Garrard said after practice for the Jan. 31 Pro Bowl. “More people, more athletes should do the same.”
Philadelphia Eagles David Akers, one of the NFL’s most reliable kickers, said since he is “definitely pro-life” and has been through the adoption process in his family, he believes strongly in celebrating life.
“If you get into the politics of what should and shouldn’t happen, I’m definitely biblically based,” Akers said. “I think that’s creation and we shouldn’t harm it.”
As for a Super Bowl ad supporting a pro-life view, Akers said, “If someone’s paying for it, absolutely.”
“What’s the difference between their opinion on that or someone saying yeah or nay to alcohol,” he asked rhetorically.
Heath Miller, a tight end for the Pittsburgh Steelers and a believer, said he appreciates those who encourage each other in their faith, and that he admires Tebow for his convictions and doesn’t believe anyone will change him.
“I think Tim has every right to use every stage to tell people what he believes,” Miller said, even a commercial during the Super Bowl. “He’s a football player, he can relay what he believes just as much as anyone else can.”
Isn’t it a little strange to see people who present themselves as “pro-choice” get so upset when someone suggests their choice was to keep the baby?
Bozell’s article is one of the best I’ve seen on the issue. I highly recommend it.
Prayerfully consider speaking out for those who can’t speak out for themselves.
Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.