With the SuperBowl coming up tomorrow, Jackson's article has relevance to one controversial pro-life commercial featuring homeschooled Christian Tim Tebow.
"Being from Ohio, I have a natural dislike for the SEC and particularly Florida football. My favorite team Ohio State lost to Florida in the BCS national championship in 2007 and to LSU the following year. Putting aside my hatred for Florida football, it’s hard not to like Tim Tebow. As a Christian, I have watched with interest how the media responded to his decision to put Bible verses on his eye black, (it generated 94 million searches on Google), or his decision to eschew the temptations in college football, and remain a virgin. Now he will have a pro-life Super bowl ad, on one of the largest stages, celebrating his mother’s decision to choose life. The more I hear about Tebow the man; the more it becomes clear that something is different about him. He shows more boldness than most pastors."
While Tebow is not perfect, I thank God for his testimony and that he was not socialized in the government schools. The results of decades of government school influence and “socialization,” has been culturally catastrophic for our nation . . ."
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