LISTEN NOW! Greg, John, and Pat discuss how many Christians are being persecuted especially at the hands of Muslims even though Islam is proclaimed as a peaceful religion. All the while our President won’t stand up for persecuted Christians. Meanwhile, there is someone who is speaking up for Christians. Tim Tebow is a young man who has taken the national stage from the time he played college football for the Florida Gators. His bold stand for Jesus has been widely displayed for all to see. Tim wore scriptures on his face and has been known for kneeling on one knee as he prays giving glory to God after a good play on the football field. His exceptional plays gave him the opportunity to play professional in the NationalFootball League, NFL, as a player for the Denver Broncos. He was glorifying God from the Mile Highstadium and helped the Broncos make the playoffs. Tim continued to play for two other teams before he was cut but it was like as soon as he was doing well he was being shoved off. Darkness came in to try to snuff out the testimony of Tebow. Well
guess who is standing for Christians and defending Tim Tebow, Gene Simmons guitar player for the rock group KISS. Gene Simmons tells Radio.com “He’s got a religious passion, as well he should, we’re in America,” the KISS front man told Radio.com earlier this week. ”He’s proud to be a Christian, what’s wrong with that? And yet, with sports media and pop culture media, they make fun of his religion. Really? In America? If he was wearing a burqa, they wouldn’t dare say anything [editor’s note: only Muslimwomen wear burqas]. But if you’re a Christian, you get to be picked on? What the hell? The guy’s got family values. I never saw the media picking on Michael Vick for torturing dogs. Or this other football player, who’s alleged to have killed, committed murder. That’s ‘cool.’ But a guy who’s religious and has got family values isn’t ‘cool?’ He’s cool to me.” If that wasn’t enough End Time Blog reports that Russian President “Vladimir Putin has urged the world’s political leaders to stop the violent persecutions against Christians that have erupted in the Middle Eastern countries. Will former NBA player Dennis Rodman be next, like he did North Korea? This is a huge sign to the church.