For three years now, people have playfully alluded to Tim Tebow, the do-gooder quarterback of the University of Florida Gators, as being the second coming of Jesus Christ. As crazy as it may sound to those of us not in Gator Nation, there are times watching Tebow play (combined with his post game sermons, helping brown jungle kids with circumcisions, and rumored healings) when it is hard to resist the comparison. Is Tim Tebow the new Son of God? Might it be possible that when St. John claimed Christ would return as a Lion, he really meant Gator??? So in order to settle this debate once and for all, Ladies and Gentlemen I bring you…
Heisman Award winning quarterback for the University of Florida Gators, Two time National Champion, do-gooder, proclaimed by some to be the “Son of God”..
Claim to Fame
The Messiah, do-gooder, proclaimed by some to be the “Son of God”
Gator Nation, throngs of adoring fans, and ten guys who can bench their own body weight and turn in a respectable 40 time.
Throngs of adoring fans, twelve guys who probably can’t bench their own body weight and turn in respectable 40 times…
Has not missed an NCAA start, gritty and hardnosed football player..
Can take a beating, rumored to be immortal..
Virgin, but there are many rumors about Tebow taking up with big breasted co-eds..
Virgin, but there are many rumors about Jesus taking up with reformed hooker, Mary Magdalene.
Colligate Quarterback rating of 120.7, 128 career touchdowns (including 51 rushing), 547 completions out of 834 (65.8%) for a total of 7713 yards (with another 2588 rushing), 43-6 colligate career record, including two National Championships.
Healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, raised Lazarus from the dead, and resurrected himself from the dead.
Nov. 10th, 2007 @ South Carolina: 22/32 for 302 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 intercaption.26 rushing attempts for 120 yards and 5 touchdowns.
Tossup between curing a leper colony, raising his friend Lazarus from the dead, or the Resurrection and Ascension into Heaven.
"Oh, by the way, let's do it again. I'm coming back."- Tim Tebow announcing to Gator Nation he would be returning for his senior year.
"And then they will see the human son coming in a cloud with power and much glory. And as these things begin to happen, stand up and lift your hands, because your redemption is drawing near."