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Rob Gronkowski Wants to Take Tim Tebow's Virginity: VIDEO


New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was making an appearance at the University of Rhode Island last night when he was asked by a student to play a game of "F**k, Marry, Kill" with "Rex Ryan, Betty White, and Tim Tebow."

Said Gronkowski: "I would eff Tebow to take his virginity."


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Tim Tebow on Using the Broadcast Sports Platform for Jesus: VIDEO


On Saturday, I mentioned that 30,000 were expected for a Tim Tebow Easter appearance at a Texas megachurch. About half that number showed up.

The Easter "sermon", Tim Tebow-style:

"I have actually had the same routine the last 7 years and just this year they started calling it 'Tebowing', which I have no idea why...But I do think it's pretty cool because at least prayer is being talked about and I still have a platform that, when cameras are rolling, they can't just turn it off, and they have to hear me say, 'I want to thank my Lord and savior Jesus Christ."


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Texas Megachurch Expects 30,000 for Tim Tebow Easter Sermon

TebowThe hot Christianist ticket this weekend:

The church told local TV station KVUE that it’s erecting bleachers on its 60-acre outdoor space for what it expects to be a crowd of as many as 30,000 people.

“Obviously it’s our Super Bowl,” said Joe Champion, pastor at the Celebration Church. “Easter is the resurrection of Christ, which we celebrate in our faith. We feel like it’s going to be a testimony to the community. We want it to be a family event.”

Tebow recently got a mani-pedi (first time I’ve ever typed that phrase) to get himself ready for the festivities, but Pastor Champion wants to make clear that it’s not all about glorifying Tebow.

Towleroad Guide to the Tube #1092

NO MORE DOWN LOW: Kendell Hogan reports on the LGBT People of Color Film Festival which took place March 22-24 in L.A.

LOUIS VIRTEL: Verbal voguer surveys the 2012 Republican candidates.

MATTHEW VINES: An hour-long dissection of the Bible and homosexuality.

TIM TEBOW: Excited to be in NY.

For recent Guides to the Tube, click HERE.

NEWS: Dr. Phil, Dr. Plait, And Dr. Paul

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Road Astronomer Phil Plait walks us through the crashing of Phobos-Grunt:

... the third stage on the rocket failed to ignite, stranding the spacecraft in Earth orbit. The air is thin up there, but still exerts a small force, dragging the spacecraft’s orbit lower and lower. In the past few months it’s been dropping, and sometime today it will get low enough that the Earth’s air will consume it.

Road Gay skeptic and magician D.J. Grothe tells Dr. Phil what's up.

Road Thank goodness, somebody's gonna remove that butchered quote from the MLK memorial.

Road Why all the young dudes love Ron Paul.

Picture 35 Road Ben Stein claims he was wrongfully terminated because of his belief that God controls the weather.

Road The rise of the middle school GSA:

While common in high schools across the country, chapters of the Gay Straight Alliance with the younger school set have been slower to gain a foothold, in some cases because of the controversy the clubs stir up.

But there are signs of increasing acceptance.

There are now 500 middle school Gay Straight Alliance chapters nationwide, up from a couple dozen three years ago, according to the national Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.

Many of the clubs formed after publicized suicides of middle school children such as 13-year-old Seth Walsh of Tehachapi (Kern County) in 2010 and 11-year-old Carl Joseph Walker-Hoover of Springfield, Mass., in 2009. Both were bullied because they were believed to be gay.

Road After he spent 2011 burning and shooting children, Syrian president Bashir al-Assad kicks off 2012 by forgiving those who dared complain.

Road Some people say Mitt Romney's the biggest gaylover ever.

Road Sad report on the absence of services available for LGBT victims of domestic violence:

David X spilled his story to the other men seated around him, revealing how his boyfriend -- angry about leaving the heater on too long -- had punched him so hard that his eye socket shattered. Instead of receiving comfort at the counseling session, a man told him: You should have just punched him back. You're a guy.

That was the moment that David, a 56-year-old San Jose gay man whose last name is not being used to protect him, realized he was in the wrong place.

Road A nice young man posted a YouTube video about being gay and Republican. He's pretty stung by the backlash.

Road The best, most rational response to anti-trans Girl Scout cum reluctant YouTube star, Taylor from Ventra.

Road What if Tim Tebow was gay?

WATCH: Focus On The Family's Appeal To NFL Fans

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During yesterday's Broncos-Patriots NFL match, Focus On The Family ran a treacly ad in which a parade of children said:

John 3:16: For God so loved the world -- the whole world -- everyone -- anyone! -- that's a lot of people! -- that He gave His one and only son -- His only son -- that whoever believs in Him will not perish, but have life eternal. Life! Wow!

Presumably, the notable hate group chose to build its ad around John 3:16 because that's the favorite verse of Broncos quarterback and SuperChristian Tim Tebow, who famously used to write "John 3:16" in the antiglare greasepaint beneath his eyes. The PR value of the citation is questionable in light of yesterday's game, in which The Lord God Almighty -- with whom Tim Tebow likes to credit his team's victories -- abandoned the Broncos entirely. Verily, the Patriots did whip them like dogs.

Regardless, there's a petition going around at Change.org politely requesting that CBS cease airing ads by hate groups like Focus On The Family. And you can watch a detourned version of the Focus ad designed by Adam Mordecai AFTER THE JUMP ...

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