Stop Mocking Tim Tebow for Choosing to Remain Abstinent

Tim Tebow, the NFL quarterback arguably better known for his religious convictions, was reportedly dumped by former Miss USA and Miss Universe Olivia Culpo because he wouldn’t give up his virginity for her. (Because Jesus.)

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Winless Tennessee High School Football Team Also in Trouble for Christian Coach’s Proselytizing

It’s bad enough when public high school football coaches preach to the athletes. But it’s downright stupid when they publicize it, assuming everyone will just accept the practice as normal.

At Cannon County High School in Tennessee, head coach T. J. Daniels has been pushing Christianity on the students for years — and a local newspaper included a report all about it:

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At Florida High School, Football Coach’s Main Goal is to Convert Students to Christianity

Jeremy Brown became the head football coach at Mosley High School (in Florida) nearly three years ago. And how has the team done since then? If you ask Brown, very well. That has nothing to do with their record — which, this season, was an unimpressive 4-6 — but that’s not the point.

Here’s Brown explaining to WJHG News how he knows his team has been successful:

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At Soccer Game, Turkey’s Fans Shout “Allahu Akbar” During Moment of Silence for Paris Victims

CBS is reporting an incident at the Greece versus Turkey soccer match earlier this week that goes well beyond bad sportsmanship. During a moment of silence for the victims of the Paris massacre, while players of both side observed the silence respectfully, fans of the Turkish team erupted into jeers and cries of “God is great”:

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Oklahoma High School Sports League Approves Moment of Silence Before Athletic Events

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA), which sanctions high school sports in the state, has an obligation to follow the law — as you would expect.

More than two decades ago, the OSSAA Board of Directors approved a policy that basically said they’ll abide by the Supreme Court decision in Lee v. Weisman (1992), which said public schools couldn’t sponsor prayers over the public address system at sporting events.

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