What's Next For Tim Tebow?

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Now that the Tim Tebow train wreck with the New York Jets is finally over, the Heisman Trophy winner may actually have several options.

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king Jb

Orlando, FL

#104 May 9, 2013
Gene Rowell wrote:
Some coach and general manager can surely see the the incredible ability and leadership qualities this young man has. if I wanted to win a championship I would'nt think twice about having him as my Q.B.
You guys ovbvisouly don't know foot ball.. He is a good guy, but his throwing mechanics sucks. He can't throw a NFL pass.
sweethome

United States

#105 May 9, 2013
Sounds to me like there are some of you(and you know who you are) are just here to try to get a negative response. To have a realistic conversation we will learn to call you what you are (agitator) and just ignore you. Then the circus will leave town!
Tim Tebows mom

Houston, TX

#106 May 9, 2013
voice of reason wrote:
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It's not about church, it's about a real universal need. I'm not going to deny Christ, just because I'm not in church -- not the One who is offered to be Saviour for mankind!
lol, what I need is Snow White and the Seven dwarfs. SHE ATE APPLES FOR MY SINS!
Becky in Jacksonville

Jacksonville, FL

#107 May 10, 2013
Sorry, I could not help but step back in to say one last thing.

I have a dear friend who is atheist, whom I love very much. We've touched on the subject of God several times, I respect his opinion, just don't happen to agree with it. My words to him were...when we each die...and we will...we'll then find out which of us had it right.

Tim Teposeur

Miami, FL

#108 May 10, 2013
Becky in Jacksonville wrote:
Sorry, I could not help but step back in to say one last thing.
I have a dear friend who is atheist, whom I love very much. We've touched on the subject of God several times, I respect his opinion, just don't happen to agree with it. My words to him were...when we each die...and we will...we'll then find out which of us had it right.
You'll find out you had wasted a good deal of your alive time worrying about your future dirt nap.

If prayer poses were pass completions, Tebow would be the next Montana.
Tebows mom

Houston, TX

#109 May 10, 2013
Becky, I apologize for mocking your faith. My real intent was to mock that Tebow fan's assumption about what we all need. He knows none of us and isn't fit to decide what we do and don't need.

In any event, I'm more agnostic than atheist. I think we can't know one way or another for sure, so we have to rely on logic and common sense. An invisible being in the sky that pays attention to this one planet when there's billions more and is so concerned with who someone has sex with and needs our money for some reason isn't logical.
Doug

Cincinnati, OH

#110 May 10, 2013
Rebekah Garcia wrote:
It really makes me sick the way Rex Ryan gave such little regard for Tim's career. What a jerk!
What makes me sicker is that they claim they didn't want to use him because of the media hype and the Tebowmaniac that comes with him when they knew about it because of the year he was with Denver. They just didn't have a clue how to use Tim. Sparano thought he knew how to run the Wildcat because they used it in Miami. On top of that they bulked him up to be a punt protector which hurt his running ability and throwing ability. Tim dropped the weight and worked hard on his footwork, came into voluntary training camp and they didn't even try him.
Doug

Cincinnati, OH

#111 May 10, 2013
Tim Teposeur wrote:
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You'll find out you had wasted a good deal of your alive time worrying about your future dirt nap.
If prayer poses were pass completions, Tebow would be the next Montana.
Someone who is a saved born again child of God, he or she is NOT worrying about their future. It is settled.
Tim Teposeur

Miami, FL

#112 May 10, 2013
Doug wrote:
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Someone who is a saved born again child of God, he or she is NOT worrying about their future. It is settled.
The future is settled for EVERYONE--after life comes the eternal dirt nap. No exceptions. It doesn't matter how you thought humanity came to be or whether you chanted prayers up to the clouds. It's better to enjoy the one life you got to the fullest.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#113 May 10, 2013
Becky in Jacksonville wrote:
Sorry, I could not help but step back in to say one last thing.
I have a dear friend who is atheist, whom I love very much. We've touched on the subject of God several times, I respect his opinion, just don't happen to agree with it. My words to him were...when we each die...and we will...we'll then find out which of us had it right.
I hope you're not implying I'm an atheist on top of all your other false assumptions and implications?

Also, my main problem with you is that you're so assuming and judgmental while knowing little to nothing about the person you're speaking with. You claim to be christian yet you judge even though your good book says otherwise. What does that make you?

BTW, how many times have you said you're out of here yet you come back only to stir up the hive more? Again, what does that make you?

Think before you throw that stone glasshouse.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#114 May 10, 2013
Doug wrote:
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Someone who is a saved born again child of God, he or she is NOT worrying about their future. It is settled.
This is why christianity is so wrong and so many christians are walking and breathing hypocrites to their faith. Most of them but not all of them but most believe all you have to do is come to Jesus and be "born again" and you're all good to go to heaven as long as you're not that much of a sinner but if they do sin, they feel as if all they have to do is hit up Jesus and all is good yet again so the chain is never truly broken and bad behavior is destined to be repeated and usually is.

If chrsitianity WAS the way, you still have a final judgement and to assume that just because you got born again yet lived a similar life you had prior to being born again entitles you to heaven, I'm pretty sure you'd have another thing coming.

BTW, you'd also want to make sure god really did plant his seed in Mary and know 100% that the immaculate conception was factually true (which it's not) because if it wasn't all you christians have been praying to a man or some made up dude all along and god said not to do that. Only HIM. The OT also makes no clear mention of god's intention of making a Jesus or having to make a demigod because he's lost humanity altogether.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#115 May 10, 2013
I think science has proven several points relative to religion. I've always found it odd that human beings have such large brains yet we are only capable of using a small percentage of it. It's as if we're equipped to achieve a higher intelligence but have been "tuned down" so to speak so that we can't fully understand everything there is to know about this universe. I found this FB thread to be extremely thought provoking by relating science and religion. Now, I have no proof to back up that this was an actual conversation between Einstein and his teacher, but the subject matter is rather fascinating IMO.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php...

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#116 May 10, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
I think science has proven several points relative to religion. I've always found it odd that human beings have such large brains yet we are only capable of using a small percentage of it. It's as if we're equipped to achieve a higher intelligence but have been "tuned down" so to speak so that we can't fully understand everything there is to know about this universe. I found this FB thread to be extremely thought provoking by relating science and religion. Now, I have no proof to back up that this was an actual conversation between Einstein and his teacher, but the subject matter is rather fascinating IMO.
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php...
That was actually a good read whether it was Einstein or not (even though Einstein was agnostic), it was still good but I personally don't agree with all of what science has to say and I don't believe we evolved from apes either.

There are some truths in the bible as there are some truths in all religious texts but when it's turned to cult like worshiping and obsession based on the writings that aren't factual and can never be proven, that's where my line is drawn.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#117 May 10, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>That was actually a good read whether it was Einstein or not (even though Einstein was agnostic), it was still good but I personally don't agree with all of what science has to say and I don't believe we evolved from apes either.

There are some truths in the bible as there are some truths in all religious texts but when it's turned to cult like worshiping and obsession based on the writings that aren't factual and can never be proven, that's where my line is drawn.
This is a bit off topic, but a thought I had the other day. Can you imagine what it would be like if all Christians were judged based on the actions of Westboro Baptist Church like Muslims are being judged based on the actions of the extremists?

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#118 May 10, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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This is a bit off topic, but a thought I had the other day. Can you imagine what it would be like if all Christians were judged based on the actions of Westboro Baptist Church like Muslims are being judged based on the actions of the extremists?
Thing is man, they'd deserve it because they're the ones shouting the loudest that all muslims must be like the extremists.

Don't forget Ted Haggard and what he said and ultimately became and the First Baptist Church in Jacksonville which is TT's church and they believe the exact same hate-mongering, bigoted and anti-Semitic things as Jeffress' First Baptist Church in Dallas.

Honestly, when you look at Westboro, it seems more so than not that christians are really just that way now and if they're to be judged as they're judging all other faiths , it's a fairly accurate judgement as the majority of christians aren't acting contrary to say otherwise.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#119 May 10, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>Thing is man, they'd deserve it because they're the ones shouting the loudest that all muslims must be like the extremists.

Don't forget Ted Haggard and what he said and ultimately became and the First Baptist Church in Jacksonville which is TT's church and they believe the exact same hate-mongering, bigoted and anti-Semitic things as Jeffress' First Baptist Church in Dallas.

Honestly, when you look at Westboro, it seems more so than not that christians are really just that way now and if they're to be judged as they're judging all other faiths , it's a fairly accurate judgement as the majority of christians aren't acting contrary to say otherwise.
I posted on FB my negative views about Obamacare and how it had just cost my gf her job. In a weird way of showing support, one of my "Christian" friends (who continuously posts pro Tebow crap) went into an anti Muslim rant about Obama as did a few others. Little did they know, another friend of mine who had commented previously in a very kind and caring way is a Muslim. I inboxed him and apologized for their comments to which he replied that there was no need to apologize, he understands how they feel after the Boston bombings etc etc. I believe in God and was raised in a Christian home but I tell you what, my Muslim friend showed way more class and acted way more "Christ like" then anybody on that thread.
Tim Tebows mom

Houston, TX

#120 May 11, 2013
We don't hate TIM, we hate YOU. You ignorant, uneducated dumb****s are what's wrong with the entire Tebow phenomena. Tim isn't the problem here, kiddo - it's you.
Tebow Believer

Reddick, FL

#121 May 12, 2013
The question of this forum was: "What is next for Tim Tebow?"...Who knows...it will be what it will be...just as each of our lives have had ups and downs...likewise...so has his...so...why has the focus changed to bashing religious beliefs...each of us are entitled to beliefs/non-beliefs...religiou s preferences...and freedom of speech...but the tone of this forum has changed into a battle of attacks on others..."if you can't say something nice about someone...don't say it at all"...let's get back on topic!!!
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#122 May 12, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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I posted on FB my negative views about Obamacare and how it had just cost my gf her job. In a weird way of showing support, one of my "Christian" friends (who continuously posts pro Tebow crap) went into an anti Muslim rant about Obama as did a few others. Little did they know, another friend of mine who had commented previously in a very kind and caring way is a Muslim. I inboxed him and apologized for their comments to which he replied that there was no need to apologize, he understands how they feel after the Boston bombings etc etc. I believe in God and was raised in a Christian home but I tell you what, my Muslim friend showed way more class and acted way more "Christ like" then anybody on that thread.
Obamacare did not cost your girlfriend her job.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#123 May 12, 2013
Guy Wiliford wrote:
<quoted text>Obamacare did not cost your girlfriend her job.
Yes it did, her employer had to revamp in preparation for the oncoming requirements. She is 1 of 3 people I know personally that have suffered the same fate. I'm not gonna argue with you over it, you'll figure it out when it happens to you or somebody you know. RIP small business owners

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