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FRIDAY, MAR 30, 2012  |  9 comments
Tebow, a Careful Evangelical

Tim Tebow may be the most popular Christian in sports. He is a cross-cultural phenomenon, a preacher in a football player’s body.

He has more followers than most preachers, and evokes more passion than most politicians. But, unlike so many of them, Tebow shows little interest in using his pulpit to take controversial stances.

“Tebow is part of a movement of ‘cosmopolitan Christians,’ ” said D. Michael Lindsay, the president of Gordon College and the author of “Faith in the Halls of Power,” a book about American evangelicals. “They’re more media savvy than their forebears and they understand the importance of building bridges. They speak more about what they’re for than what they’re against. It speaks for that segment of the evangelical community that wants to spend energy on things for the common good rather than be a lightning rod.” ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
humorific wrote:
What is an Evangelical? A nice Fundamentalist.
How do you tell the difference between an Evangelical and a Fundamentalist? Ask them if they like Billy Graham. If they do, they are Evangelical. If they don’t, they are Fundamentalist (Fundamentalists believe he has compromised).
Finally . . . How do you tell the difference between an Evangelical and a Fundamentalist? Ask if Roman Catholics are going to heaven. If they say “no,” they are Fundamentalists. If they say “maybe,” they are Evangelical.
Are Roman Catholics Saved?
Yes this was a good. any Christian should point out to you, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. and Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron?. I have to say those two commentaries are just repeating the obvious. Unfortunately, these truths were unrecognized by the writer of, "Are Roman Catholics Saved."
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Anthony Brown | St. Louis  Contact via emailFind all comments by Anthony Brown
And so the great apostasty continues...
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Anthony Brown | St. Louis  Contact via emailFind all comments by Anthony Brown
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News Item3/31/12 1:54 AM
Stefan | Midwest  Find all comments by Stefan
Too bad Jesus, John, and Paul didn't learn that lesson! Think about how much more effective they could have been.
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News Item3/30/12 10:31 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
It's sad, but true. Tebow and his family, do teach antinomianism. "cheap grace".
Repentance, is just a change of mind. What happens to true ahthelets, people like Eric Leddell, who refused, to run in the Olympics, because , it was on a Sunday.. What is tebow, truly teaching these people?
They followed man, rather then God.
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TT | TN  Find all comments by TT
humorific wrote:
What is an Evangelical? A nice Fundamentalist.
How do you tell the difference between an Evangelical and a Fundamentalist? Ask them if they like Billy Graham. If they do, they are Evangelical. If they don’t, they are Fundamentalist (Fundamentalists believe he has compromised).
Finally . . . How do you tell the difference between an Evangelical and a Fundamentalist? Ask if Roman Catholics are going to heaven. If they say “no,” they are Fundamentalists. If they say “maybe,” they are Evangelical.
Are Roman Catholics Saved?
Okay, that is just downright funny...and true...
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News Item3/30/12 9:19 AM
humorific  Find all comments by humorific
What is an Evangelical? A nice Fundamentalist.

How do you tell the difference between an Evangelical and a Fundamentalist? Ask them if they like Billy Graham. If they do, they are Evangelical. If they don’t, they are Fundamentalist (Fundamentalists believe he has compromised).

Finally . . . How do you tell the difference between an Evangelical and a Fundamentalist? Ask if Roman Catholics are going to heaven. If they say “no,” they are Fundamentalists. If they say “maybe,” they are Evangelical.

Are Roman Catholics Saved?

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News Item3/30/12 6:13 AM
dangerous prayer  Find all comments by dangerous prayer
When you teach the "sinner's prayer," as Tebow does at his speaking events, more often than not, you find this phenomenon:

"Anyone can, and most Americans do, "believe" in Jesus rather than some alternative savior. Anyone can, and many Americans sometimes do, say a prayer asking Jesus to save them. But not many embark on a life fully devoted to the love of God, the love of neighbor, the moral practice of God's will, and radical, costly discipleship."

—David P. Gushee

Anyone contemplating fornication, adultery, abortion or even murder can "get saved" as long as you repeat this formulaic prayer "from the bottom of your heart."

Amazing grace isn't cheap. But many have made it dangerously so.

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OP | wisconsin  Find all comments by OP
Inspiring article!!
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