Tim Tebow’s 5 reasons for not having sex before marriage

Tim Tebow’s 5 reasons for not having sex before marriage November 30, 2015

This week social media was buzzing with the trending story of another celebrity breakup, but this breakup looked drastically different from most the rest. Former NFL player and outspoken Christian, Tim Tebow, was reportedly dumped by Supermodel and Former Miss Universe, Olivia Culpo. The reported reason for the breakup was that Tebow wouldn’t budge on his pledge to remain abstinent until marriage. This has the world asking, “What would make a man turn down sex from a beautiful woman when he loves her and he is in a committed dating relationship with her?”

Tebow’s reasons might surprise you and they might also cause you reconsider your own beliefs and convictions about sex.

While I can’t speak to all the personal reasons behind Tebow’s abstinence pledge, he has made it clear that his convictions are based on what the Bible teaches about sex. Tebow, like most Christians, believes the Bible’s instructions for relationships aren’t out-of-date, but rather, they provide a timeless roadmap for navigating relationships in the healthiest way possible. You might be surprised by what the Bible actually says about issues related to sex and relationships, so here are 5 key teachings about sex and relationships in the Bible:

For more insight about the Bible’s timeless instructions for sex, marriage, family and relationships, you can download a FREE chapter from my new book, “The 7 Laws of Love,” by clicking here.

(In no particular order.)

1. Sex isn’t just a physical act; it’s a sacred, spiritual act as well.

When we reduce sex only to an act of physical pleasure, we’re “using” our partner instead of truly loving him/her. We’re also creating a bond with this person that goes far beyond the physical. This is why there is so much pain, confusion and heartbreak involved in broken relationships with sexual partners that don’t exist with other kinds of relationships. This is also one of the many reasons why casual sex and/or prostitution is ALWAYS a bad idea.

“Don’t you realize that your bodies are actually parts of Christ? Should a man take his body, which is part of Christ, and join it to a prostitute? Never! And don’t you realize that if a man joins himself to a prostitute, he becomes one body with her? For the Scriptures say, “The two are united into one.” But the person who is joined to the Lord is one spirit with him.1 Corinthians 6:15-17

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2. Lifelong monogamy within marriage is the best plan for sex*.

God wants your sex life to be AMAZING, but it needs to be amazing with the person you married. If you start looking outside the marriage then everybody gets hurt. Think of sex like fire and marriage like a fireplace. When fire remains in the fireplace it gives off light and warmth to the entire house, but when you take fire out of the fireplace and spread it around other places, everyone gets burned!

“Let your wife be a fountain of blessing for you. Rejoice in the wife of your youth. She is a loving deer, a graceful doe. Let her breasts satisfy you always. May you always be captivated by her love.Proverbs 5:18-19

*If you’re wondering why sex should be exclusive to marriage, think of sex like “fire.” Fire is a very good thing when used and enjoyed properly. If you keep it in your fireplace, it provides warmth and light for the whole house, but if you spread the fire all around the house and disregard the safe confines of the fireplace, people will get burned. Marriage is like the fireplace. It’s the perfect place for the powerful gift of sex to be enjoyed. When we disregard the exclusivity of sex for marriage, someone always gets “burned” emotionally and/or physically.

3. The sex (fantasy) in your mind matters as much as the sex in your bedroom.

Jesus raised the bar high when it came to God’s standards for a “faithful marriage.” He taught that monogamy isn’t just physical; it needs to be mental as well. If our thought-life is X-rated, then it’s going to have a negative impact on experiencing true intimacy in marriage. We need to be “mentally monogamous” to experience all God intends for sex and marriage. When someone saves sex for marriage, he/she is also protecting his/her mind from the replay of past sexual memories which could cause comparisons, fantasies, regrets and a more difficult time fully and exclusively connecting with your spouse.

“But I say, anyone who even looks at a woman with lust has already committed adultery with her in his heart. Matthew 5:28

4. Sexual “sin” is in a category of its own because of the devastation it causes.

Many have been taught that all “sin” (breaking God’s laws) are in the same category, and while all sin hurts God and people, sexual sin is in a category by itself because of the powerful, negative consequences it creates for everyone involved. The Bible says so much about sexual sin specifically to PROTECT us from the consequences. Never trade temporary pleasure for permanent regret!

“Run from sexual sin! No other sin so clearly affects the body as this one does. For sexual immorality is a sin against your own body. 1 Corinthians 6:18

never trade temporary pleasure for permanent regret Dave Willis quote davewillis.org

5. You can find healing from past sexual regrets and/or past sexual abuse.

Most of us have some kind of sexual “baggage” from our past. It may come in the form of choices we regret or brokenness over abuse we experienced. In either case, God wants to bring you healing and peace. God loves you more than you can imagine. God’s grace is bigger than your biggest mistakes. Allow His love and grace to fill the cracks in your broken heart.

“This means that anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun!2 Corinthians 5:17

Whether or not you agree with Tim Tebow’s convictions, I think most of can agree that it’s nice to see a man willing to take a stand for his personal convictions even when those convictions are inconvenient and countercultural. Personally, I greatly admire Tim’s faith and I pray that he will one day find a young woman who shares and respects his beliefs about sex and marriage. When that time comes, I’m sure Tim will be the first to say that going about all this according to his faith and trusting God’s timing is well worth the wait!

For more tools to help you apply the timeless relationship wisdom from the Bible into your own relationships, you can download a FREE chapter from my new book, “The 7 Laws of Love,” by clicking here.



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  • Tacitus

    Seems to me that if you’re saving yourself for marriage, then you shouldn’t be dating women with expectations to the contrary in the first place. I know it can be hard to find the ideal compatible mate, but it’s not that hard — especially for someone with all the advantages of a Tim Tebow.

  • J Milton

    I appreciate the sentiment, but I just don’t think your comments ring true for most people.

    At the heart of this is that it appears you’re conflating sex and “love.” Most people, male and female, will recognize this from their own experience. Also, most people will not identify with statements such as “Sexual “sin” is in a category of its own because of the devastation it causes.”

    Lots of people (most, I would assume) have sex outside of marriage, and many people have a lot of it. Of these people, I think you’d have a difficult time finding more than a handful who would agree that sex caused “devastation.” Certainly there are things people do involving sex that can cause emotional and physical pain (lying for sex, being abusive, etc.), but this has little to do with sex and a lot to do with simply being an asshole.

    When Tim Tebow makes a personal choice to be abstinent then fine, he’s entitled to do what he wants. But he walks a fine line between an attention-seeking self-aggrandizement and private, personal choice. Also, and I’m truly not trying to say this in a condescending way, but most people with typical, non-marital sexual experiences won’t see a decision to remain abstinent as some grand, altruistic gesture but rather as the expression of a naive and immature understanding of sexuality.

  • StephIe

    The divorce rate is over 50%… you don’t think this is in part due to sex outside of marriage? Divorce isn’t devastating? Especially when there are kids involved? In my opinion, sex is meaningless outside of marriage; it just feels good/people satisfying “adult wants”/something to do when you’re bored.

    It’s also difficult to call this “attention-seeking self-aggrandizement”. Yea it got attention but that’s cause Tebow is a celebrity. Doesn’t seem he was the one broadcasting this. I’m sure Culpo also got something out of it… now her name is in the headlines.

    And on another note, I guess it (all this talk of “most people”) becomes a matter of the type of company one keeps.

  • J Milton

    Regarding divorce – no, divorce isn’t necessarily devastating. Unfortunate, sure, but staying in an unhappy marriage is far more devastating to parents and children. Also, it doesn’t make sense to equate extra-marital sex with unmarried sex – the former (assuming we’re talking traditional marriage) causes pain because it’s a betrayal of trust. Sex between unmarried people does not have this burden.

    Also, with regard to your comment “sex is meaningless outside of marriage; it just feels good/people satisfying “adult wants”/something to do when you’re bored.” – this isn’t necessarily true. Sure, it can be. But so what? Also, lots of unmarried people express real intimacy through sex.

    With regard to the comment “And on another note, I guess it (all this talk of “most people”) becomes a matter of the type of company one keeps.” – I’m afraid this speaks to the heart of why Tim Tebow walks a fine line between personal choice and self-aggrandizement. Clearly, you’re making a value judgement about sex outside of marriage that has nothing to do with harmfulness. Rather, you seem to have this sense of holier-than-thou piety on the issue. The problem is other people don’t see it that way – you just come across as a naive prude.

  • NotAQueen_AKhaleesi

    According to a recent study I’ve read, over 95% of adults in America have sex before they are married. I do not understand the stigmatization behind this as sex can be healthy and a great way to explore ones sexuality as long as it is consensual and safe methods are practiced. Additionally, sex has been shown to have numerous health benefits and with more people receiving an education and waiting to get married, also waiting to have sex is not feasible. We are one of the first generations on this planet to almost completely have control over our reproductive systems and now more than ever it is possible to enjoy sex and have family planning. Sex is one of the most powerful instincts we have and to try to control this with religion or public shame is laughable. Like it or not, Tebow most likely has an outlet to relieve his sexual tension (probably masturbation or some other kind of act) and it’s sad because he does not have to restrain himself to prove moral superiority or keep a promise he made before he knew the full implications. He may do as he wishes, but it is mostly in vain in reference to the rest of the American population.

    On the topic of “sex” and “love,” I feel many confuse these topics and make them to be synonyms. Sex is a physical act that also involves neurotransmitters in the brain to cause what we know as orgasms and sometimes a pair bonding hormone is released (oxytocin). Love is a social construct that explains our hormonal and emotional reactions to others and was mostly nonexistent in a romantic, soul mate sort of way prior to the twentieth century (ie arranged marriages and focus on reproduction). Sex is not needed for a relationship and the concept of love to take place and neither is a relationship a requirement for the physical act of sex. Any attempts to equate the two are a deliberate attempt to police the actions of others by society with statements like “He treated you badly because you gave into sex too early.”

  • NotAQueen_AKhaleesi

    To not take into consideration cultural practices and changing attitudes on the family unit in respect to divorce rates is to confirm a self bias you have towards acts you disapprove of (such as sex outside of marriage). Using the above statement “In my opinion” points to a obvious fact, you have not bothered to research why people chose to have premarital sex or the science behind it. Perhaps you should talk to people outside of your sphere of influence to also have a more well-rounded view of such things. Also, while we are on the topic, did you know 80% of Evangelicals have premarital sex?

    Stephle, I would encourage you to research the phenomenon of the Cult of Virginity if you are not already aware of it. Purity balls/rings/promises are very common and the ideas from this movement affect dress codes, public sex education and self esteem among many others. Part of the reason people like Tebow create such a stir with instances like this is because they become figureheads of these types of movements, not on the merit of their celebrity status alone.

    Refer to my above reply and play close attention to the statistic that 95% of American adults have premarital sex.

  • Jaimee Silva

    Hopefully, he’ll date someone with similar standards next time. He can do better!

  • Sem Gonzales

    I was wondering if Tim Tebow was ready to settle down or get married. Did he propose marriage to Olivia yet? Obviously, these people are not compatible. Olivia wanted to have sex on demand with Tim without the commitment of marriage. Tim wanted to postpone sex until he is married and he has very strong convictions regarding this. I don’t know if he proposed or not or if Olivia accepted it or not. Meantime, in the absence of either or both, sex between them is not gonna happen.

  • DeeWW

    That’s not the point of what the author wrote. If you have shared this with multiple partners and not within your marriage then it isn’t exactly a unique, bonding aspect of the marriage – that’s the point – imagine your spouse wearing a wedding ring you gave to multiple other people to wear outside of the marriage including the spouse prior to the marriage – putting that ring on his / her finger during the wedding and her wearing it thereafter wouldn’t be nearly as special as part of the marriage, now would it? And that’s far less personal than sex. That is certainly no immature understanding of sexuality but a very mature understanding based in reality and common sense and it is indeed destructive and has been destructive to take sex lightly and it can ruin many people’s lives, not just those involved in the act. The point is that we do not want to completely share our bodies with someone outside of marriage – is there any way to have more personal contact with someone than this? That is a very personal thing and a bond we want to hold only with the person with whom we are married and make it a bond of the marriage. Relationships are not and cannot be as strong if the seriousness of this intensely personal aspect of the relationship has been downgraded to what you have described. We do not believe sex should be regarded as a recreational activity. We should have sex, and lots of it, but it should be a bond with that special person. And aside from that, it is an act which can conceive another human being…hardly something to be taken as lightly as you describe.
    There is also no evidence it was Tim Tebow who publicized this.

  • DeeWW

    That’s really sad how much you have cheapened something as special as experiencing sex with a special someone into something like opening a bag of potato chips or just having a bowel movement.

  • DeeWW

    That’s simply not correct. If you are having unmarried sex before marriage you will more likely have unmarried sex after you are married. Even if that doesn’t occur, making such personal, physical contact not a unique bond of your marriage, the marriage will likely be weaker. That’s just common sense.

  • DeeWW

    Completely agree with that…not sure what Tim Tebow expected to occur. Missionary dating is not a good idea.

  • NotAQueen_AKhaleesi

    It is not I who did the cheapening. Anyone can research the science and history behind both concepts, its up to YOU to determine what they mean to you. Some people find sex to be a deeply spiritual event whilst others simply find it physically gratifying. But no one should ever put down others preferences, we see life differently and educating ones self is very beneficial. I don’t know about you, but I have never had a bag of chips that was as good as sex although I’ve had some pretty satisfying poops.

  • NotAQueen_AKhaleesi

    “Common sense”….I would like to see studies on the claims you make above. One can go on and on about the correlation you see, but correlation does not always equal causation.

  • D Sims

    The real question is, how did Tim even date her for one day much less two whole months? It is a terrible mistake to think you can be a witness for Christ in the context of a dating relationship. I unusually never works out.

  • Donalbain

    Common sense: (n) Those things which I believe to be true but which I have no evidence for!

  • Chris Dagostino

    “When someone saves sex for marriage, he/she is also protecting his/her mind from the replay of past sexual memories which could cause comparisons, fantasies, regrets and a more difficult time fully and exclusively connecting with your spouse.”

    Are they really, though? As a believer myself, I have to say that this sounds similar to the whole “emotional purity” idea that was popularized by the likes of those warm and fuzzy Pharisees like Harris and Gothard. And once again, the Lord’s words about lust in Matthew 5 were about preventing self-righteousness and/or coveting.

    With regards to Tebow, while I applaud him for sticking to his guns, he might save himself a lot of time and trouble if he took Paul’s advice to not be unevenly yoked.

  • J Milton

    “If you have shared this with multiple partners and not within your marriage then it isn’t exactly a unique, bonding aspect of the marriage – that’s the point”

    Fair enough. The disagreement, I suppose, is on the value of sex as “unique, bonding” feature of marriage. I can only speak for myself, but I think most people would agree, that ultimately sex is just sex. Sure, it can be a way for people to share intimacy, but you’re asking too much of it when you elevate it to a near mystical experience that’s supposed to and some deep, unfathomable dimension to marriage.

    Ultimately the thrill of sex fades after a while. It just does. The relationship MUST be built on much stronger elements than sex or it will fail. When you try to make sex something it isn’t – some magical experience that uniquely bonds people – you’re setting an expectation that cannot be met over the long term. The excitement of the first year of sex in a relationship simply won’t be there in the 10th year. This is just the way humans are wired. It doesn’t mean anyone has done anything wrong. If you’ve convinced yourself that sex is this penultimate, marriage-only sacrament with near magical meaning, then what do you have left? Only disappointment and frustration, I would imagine.

    So to me, people are better off waiting to get married until they’ve been in a sexual relationship for some time – long enough to know that they still want to be with the person AFTER the thrill of sex begins to wane.

  • Tacitus

    She’s a very beautiful woman. Even people who are sticking to their guns regarding physical intimacy aren’t immune from that kind of attraction.

  • StephIe

    Your main argument is on naivety but did it ever occur to you that you are approaching this superficially? I could easily say you are naive too. This is not simply a corporeal matter; you need to evaluate this from all levels of human.
    It goes without saying that having extra marital/ unmarried sex has consequences, immediate and delayed, visible and invisible –“For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”– but to each his own…Also when people try to label others as holier than thou when they hold strong judgments as well, there is no one above the other.
    While you are free to continue voicing your opinions, I see what Thomas Paine said is correct, truly “arguing with a man (or woman?) who has renounced the use and authority of reason…is like administering medicine to the dead”. Or better yet I like 2 Timothy 2:23 advice on avoiding foolish discussions with ignorant men.
    Choose what you will.

  • Phil Meyer

    What many people don’t realize is that sex is far more than either procreation or recreation, and the spiritual aspect thereof goes far deeper than just – well – spiritual.

    In the sight of God it’s not a ceremony or a piece of paper that ties two people together in matrimony, but their union, their becoming one flesh (Gen. 2:24, Mat. 19:5 etc.) – i.e. sex. Sexual intimacy consummates a marriage and creates a soul tie between two people, and a covenant with each other and with God.

    Remember the outward sign of a covenant with God, namely blood? Well, that’s exactly why there’s (supposed to be) blood involved in the consummating of marriage.

    Under the Biblical Old Testament Law of Moses, should there have been no issue of blood when marriage was consummated, the new bride was accused of immorality for which the prescribed punishment was death by stoning. If, however, the new husband loved his bride and forgave her, he would cut himself, pouring some of his blood on the cloth which was to serve as proof of fidelity.

    The Bible makes it clear that we as believers in Christ are collectively the Bride of Christ, or the “Lamb’s wife” (Rev. 21:9). As the Bride we have all been unfaithful (no surprise there). Christ, our loving Bridegroom, forgave us and spilled His blood so that we would be the blameless Bride we were meant to be from before creation.

    If therefore a Christian engages in sex outside the confines of marriage, whether fornication or adultery, it’s therefore far more serious than you might think. Not only are you sinning against your body, against the other person and against God himself, but you are trampling the very blood of Christ underfoot.

    Unfortunately “consentual” has become the buzz-word yardstick in our society – but God says otherwise. If it’s not in marriage, it’s wrong.

  • J Milton

    Seriously? All you can do is call me ignorant? You haven’t made any substantive argument.

    The issue, perhaps, is that your (and the original author’s) beliefs about sex are based on your religious beliefs rather than observable information and actual experience. I’m not arguing against that – but when you make factual claims about the “devastation” caused by sex outside of marriage, it sounds like pure naivete to the non-religious.

    After reading back through the original post by Dave Willis, it’s clear he’s writing this to an audience that shares his religious beliefs. If the bible trumps factual observation, experience, and humanistic logic for you, then my disagreements will never hold water. It’s like a creationist and a scientist arguing about evolution – the basic assumptions about the nature of reality are simply different and cannot be reconciled.

  • iain lovejoy

    It is good to see the reason why sexual sin matters at all being put forward in the context of a generally positive attitude to sex, but a shame that the same “sex is dangerous and scary and bad” attitudes still creep in with item 4 on this list, which is surely nonsense.
    I would have thought that sexual sins (at least as far as consensual sex between unattached adults goes) are in a different category to many sins but for pretty much the opposite reasons than those given. They are different because they harm no-one but the participants themselves, which is why it is often difficult for Christians to explain why we have a problem with them.
    Although you say your list is in no particular order, I would have thought that really item 1 is really the only truly important one, and you don’t seem to work through fully what this would mean.
    If sex supposed a spiritual act and marriage a spiritual exercise in learning self-giving love it makes sense to teach what is and is not most conducive to developing this aspect of one’s spiritual development: otherwise you are just dishing out mediocre relationship counselling.

  • Jeff

    So you Christianists aren’t even allowed to date???
    No wonder your churches are so full of lonely, bitter unmarried women and why so many of your men have left church altogether to find happiness somewhere else.

  • roberto quintas

    I agree with #1, but the question in Christianity is not the sacred of sex, but the sin of sex, desire and body. I disagree with #2, after all, the patriarchs were polygamous, therefore, polygamy is more like the God’s plan. I strongly disagree with #3, since Gospels said that you are justified by your faith, not acts [or thoughts]. I disagree with #4, it simply goes against the #1 reason [contradiction], if sex is sin, then God shouldn’t created it. The #5 doesn’t hold water, because if a person choose to wait s/he will not have “past sexual regrets”. Sexual abuses happens because people lacks of sexual education, something that a person will not have if s/he denies his/her natural needs, as happens in Christianity, making more damage than having a healthy sexual life.

  • Red 2

    Psalm 16:11

  • RCPreader

    So, you’re saying that most people in contemporary American society do not agree with the orthodox Christian view. Everyone knows this. It is true regarding quite a few things. What is your point? That if most people hold a particular view on something, that view must be correct? Really?

  • “God wants your sex life to be AMAZING, but it needs to be amazing with the person you married.” This is simply not true. That’s way too much pressure to put on sex, and the people engaging in it. I’ve been married for over 28 years and the quality of the sex during that time is all over the board, from amazing to boring, to mostly pleasantly in between. Only in the last 50 or so years has sex needed to be like a continuous Cosmopolitan cover, sans the gorgeous sexy airbrushed woman. And only in a culture that has so distorted the value of sex all out of proportion to its relative value to human existence, would Tim Tebow’s commitment to the biblical view of sex be at all controversial. As Tim Keller has said, sin, or idolatry, is turning good things into ultimate things. The idol of sex simply can’t bear the weight, in or out of marriage.

  • J Milton

    Not what I said. I’m making the point that the author (Willis) makes factual claims about sex outside of marriage (i.e. “devastation”) that do not ring true for most people who’ve experienced sex outside of marriage. To the extent that his essay is intended for a general audience, it reads as rather naive and biased. Sort of like making the claim that honey tastes really sour so don’t put it on pancakes. Most people who’ve actually eaten honey won’t agree with that, and won’t find much value in your discussion about honey.

    However, if the intended audience is conservative Christian believers who believe that the literal text of the bible should be trusted over empirical observation, then I’m sure his essay is right on target.

  • ron_goodman

    Why would anyone else possibly care about Tim Tebow’s views on sex? Whether he does, or doesn’t, or with who, is of no concern to anybody except him.

  • theflowerfades

    At what point does abstinence transform into idolatry? Sexual sin should not be watered down but it is also not the end-all, be-all sin Christians have made it into. There are much worse. Internal motivation is between you and God. However, if you’re hung up on being a virgin, you can miss out on a lot more.

  • Julia Childress

    “When we reduce sex only to an act of physical pleasure, we’re “using” our partner instead of truly loving him/her.” I would like to see a blog post on the evangelical Christian belief of women being always sexually available to their husbands; no headaches, no excuses. Several Christian bloggers hold that a woman refusing sex to her husband is committing a sin. You have pointed out the hazards of non-marital sex. How about the hazards of using the “wife of your youth” as your personal sex slave?

  • DMcG

    Turns out she didn’t share his values, or even honor them. That makes her an unworthy potential mate, and make Tim look pretty wise for staying out of her bed, no matter how physically attractive she may be.

  • DMcG

    You missed his point. Christians are cautioned to not be unequally yoked, In this case, she clearly didn’t support his values. Important information to have before a wedding!

  • simplyilena

    I feel great that someone finally turned down a model their too stuck up anyway. But I have been without sex for 8 years now. And I am attracted to men outside my own race and I guess that’s why I’m still single. I keep praying for God to send me my soulmate so that I can remain in his grace and not sin against him or myself, fighting the flesh is hard but it’s only because I desire love not sex. I just wish the world wasn’t so racist, I can’t help what I’m attracted too, and I shouldn’t have too. God isn’t a stupid racist so why are Christians. IJS it’s so unfair. I mean I don’t have kids, I love football and video games, but I’m still single.

  • Sin

    The bible, a book written gazillions of years ago by a religious nutcase(s) at a time when drought was considered a punishment from a malformed tree; at a time when prostitutes were thought as wicked witches and were burned on the stick. Only a weak minded being, an idiot, with a ton of mental issues can believe in a being he hasn’t seen. Spare me the “air is there and you don’t see it” 4th grade dropout analogies. You feel the air and it makes noise as you breathe it. Have you ever asked yourself why there are so many religions in this world? How many Gods are there in this world? That tells you all you need to know about God’s existence. Well but sin, even studied people with PhDs believe in God, you might say. Well, how many PhDs voted for Communist Obama? I’m aware of the difference between Socialist and Communist political systems and I was born and raised in a Communist country so spare me the silly BS. Obama is a commie with hands tied up. So getting back on track, people can be full of book knowledge and still not recognize a T-bone about life or reality. You have absolutely no evidence or proof of God’s existence. A gut feeling? Sure, but that’s not evidence or proof, which are two different things by the way, of his existence.

    God was created a gazillion of years ago by weak minded beings out of fear, fear of the unknown, fear of drought, fear of illnesses, fear of violence, fear of death, fear of EVERYTHING. They needed a protector to tranquilize their minds so they imagined one. I can guarantee that you became religious at your weakest point in your life when your mind was vulnerable and full of fear. Maybe you were born into this brainwashing or groomed in private school. Churches are full of fearful people. Full of people who also use it to mask their “sins”. I’ll tell you what. This is what I think of God and religious people. Being the only choices and having both passed a background check, I’d opt to let my kid be babysat by a prostitute than a religious person. Doesn’t that break yar heart? Never forget this. People are more complicated than the masks they wear in society. Everyone is playing to win and most will use moral justifications to advance their side.

    As a person who has lived his life 10 times over at his young age all over the world, with/around all sorts of people, the good (and the good turned bad) and the bad (violent murderers, thieves, etc.), and know humans inside out very well, I’ll tell you what Tim Tebow’s most likely problem is. He has a small dxck. He needs to work on his self-esteem issues. I bet he had sex once and girlfriend shamed him or something happen during/after the session that he hasn’t recovered from.

    Remember, there is no such a thing as God. Well shame on me how can I say such a thing. There is a God, but he is too busy killing and giving Cancer to 5 year olds.

    Sort of irrelevant but for those of you with feet here on earth and who want to have the right mindset to succeed in life, there is this good book called “OUTWITTING THE DEVIL” you should read. It’s an interview with the devil. It’s a book full of wisdom and I believe it can be found on youtube. You can read and listen to it at the same time.

  • Sin

    Take charge of your life and stop reading that fairy tale book called the bible and believing in a fictitious being created gazillions of years ago by religious nutcases at a time when drought was considered a punishment from a malformed tree and prostitutes were thought as witches and burn on the stick. God was created by humans out of fear. They needed a protector to pacify their mind. Stop believing in that nonsense or you going to die a very lonely and sad person. That person you are looking for most likely will never arrive. God doesn’t exist, never existed and never will. God won’t fix your problems; only you can. God is too busy killing 5 year old girls to be wasting his time listening to your prayers.

    Get on a dating site or wherever and find that person you are looking for now or you will regret it at an old age.