9 Things You Might Not Know About Tim Tebow

As the Denver Broncos face the New England Patriots, here's what you might not have heard about the much talked-about quarterback.

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ArchieNeal
ArchieNeal

ianbrettcooper; Stormwatch; By taking that one line out of context  you created  a false read on  Galatians 5 .Before Jesus there was a complex set of laws that people had to follow exactly if they hoped to have salvation.Jesus became a one time living sacrifice and freed us from the laws One of those laws was circumcision . Some of the Galatians were preaching that people had to continue to follow those laws and that without circumcision they could not be saved. Paul was telling them that if after being freed from the laws they went back under the law as a means of salvation they were denying Jesus and that Christ would be of no value to them at all.Circumcision was not the problem , religious circumcision was the problem.
   ianbrettcooper;Where did you get those numbers that complications rate is 50%??


ianbrettcooper
ianbrettcooper

Considering that no medical organization has ever found circumcision to be beneficial, and considering that the complication rate is something like 50%, with death being one of those complications, and considering that Christianity is opposed to circumcision, I find Tim Tebow's actions 'helping' to circumcise poor children to be disgusting.

cierrra1
cierrra1

@ianbrettcooper They did it because for those kids, that had it done, it was medically necessary.  Research it. 

Stormwatch
Stormwatch

Tebow is a hypocrite, then: any Christian should know that Christianity is STRONGLY OPPOSED to circumcision. It's right there in the Bible:

"Mark my words! I, Paul, tell you that if you let yourselves be circumcised, Christ will be of no value to you at all. Again I declare to every man who lets himself be circumcised that he is obligated to obey the whole law. You who are trying to be justified by the law have been alienated from Christ; you have fallen away from grace." (Galatians 5, NIV)