Thursday, February 4, 2010

Anti-abortion or pro-life?

"At the Presidential Prayer breakfast was also Tim Tebow who has caused controversy with his anti-abortion add to air on Super Bowl Sunday." USA today posted today online.

Notice Tim Tebow is not seen as former Heisman Trophy winner, national title winner, or even a real nice guy, but as a promoter of an anti-abortion commercial. Is it not interesting that it is advertized as an anti-abortion add instead of a pro-family or pro-life commercial?

Why does media portray someone who is uplifting his family, the wonders of life, the possibilities of letting people live, as a controversial thing? Unfortunately, the liberal bias in many newspapers demonize individuals who are simply promoting things that work: life and family.

I pray that we as Christians continue to take the high road when criticized like Tim Tebow. Love your family, value life, and love one another. That's all we can do. Lord have mercy.

1 comment:

Rocky2 said...

Obama's desire to repeal "Don't ask, don't tell" can actually help to fulfill the "days of Lot" (Luke 17, cf. Gen. 19), the fulfillment of which will hurry up the return of the Heavenly Commander-in-Chief who will make all things straight (pun intended)! Interesting Google articles include "Obama Supports Public Depravity," "Separation of Raunch and State" and "David Letterman's Hate Etc."
For some dessert visit Yahoo and type in "Obama Avoids Bible Verses."
PS - You're invited to use these new pro-life slogans: "Unborn babies should have the right to keep and bear arms - and legs and ears and eyes etc.!" and "Unborn babies should have the same right to be born alive that abortionists had!"