Tim Tebow is slated to speak at a notoriously conservative private college with an anti-gay reputation on Friday. The openly evangelical Tebow , who's currently a back-up quarterback for the New York Jets, will be speaking at Liberty University's "Convocation" series in Virginia on March 8. Unlike others speeches this spring, the Heisman Trophy winner's presentation will be closed to the public, according to the school's website. When asked whether the event would be closed because of past controversy surrounding Tebow , Liberty University spokesman Johnnie Moore said the school had long planned on making the engagement private because officials expect a big student turnout. Liberty University bills itself as the largest Christian university in the world.
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Tim Tebow marries former Miss Universe in South Africa - New York Daily News
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The Duggars Are Trying to Set Tim Tebow Up With Jana Duggar
The homeschooler-turned-Heisman winner and national champion has been a tremendous example of Christian virtue in the face of satanic hostility. In all of this, he has displayed class and composure. For all of these reasons, Tim Tebow is somebody I absolutely tell my kids to look up to and emulate. However, in addition to the doctrines we both hold dear, and the God we both love, I actually used to have something in common with Tim Tebow that is — unfortunately — not something anyone should emulate. Tim Tebow thinks that adopting kids from around the world is a great way to form a family.
By Dan Bates For Dailymail. Tim Tebow turned the Denver Broncos against him by hogging the spotlight, with one staffer acidly calling him: 'The most self-centered humble guy I've ever met'. The quarterback destroyed his relationship to the Broncos management by being egotistical and money hungry despite his devout Christian faith, a new book claims.