Christians aren't perfect either. We still fall all the time. It's about grace, not works. Ephesians 2:8-9. He can't come out and say what he did was wrong though I'm sure because he doesn't want to make his son feel like he was a mistake. He knows that he messed up, but to say making his son was a mistake is just cruel.<quoted text>
Um, I thought Dwight was a christian. A hypocrite christian (having a child out of wedlock) but still a chrisitan. What does this have to do with anything, btw?
With respect to the signing, Keyon was a phenominal guy for the team and community, but we need a legit back-up pg, not a combo guard. I never was quite comfortable with him running the offense.