Florida quarterback Tim Tebow was critiqued in a USA Today editorial for believing Jesus is the only way to God. Erik Raymond and Kevin DeYoung (among others) have written responses. The USA Today writer, Tom Krattenmaker, said in the editorial: According to a December 2008 survey by the Pew Forum on Religion in Public Life, … Continue reading Separation of Church and Sport?
I'm not as big of a football junkie as I used to be (my fiancee appreciates this, I'm sure). In fact, I hardly watch sports at all anymore. However, it's hard to not appreciate a great contest between two rivals, especially on national TV during prime time and during a flash flood watch. On Thursday … Continue reading A Flooded Faurot Doesn’t Stop Nebraska
My computer is in the local HP shop this week. Nothing internal, however. The hinge to close the screen is poorly designed and has been slowly deteriorating since I bought it in January. It's a Compaq...so I don't need to say much more. So blogging will be slow this week and through the weekend. In … Continue reading Blogging and Broken Computers
I'll be at the Nebraska football game today against San Jose State. I think Joe Ganz will have another 300+ pass yard day. I have a feeling that San Jose will have their fair share of big plays, but hopefully the Husker defense will be able to keep them out of the end zone. Prediction: … Continue reading Going to the Game
My apologies for being a day late on this one. I amended this one, though. In honor of college football starting this past weekend, I'm going to put the top 10 college football moments since I've been alive. I won't comment much, but I did provide a YouTube link for each one so you can … Continue reading Top 10 College Football Moments since 1984
Welcome to Saturday. This is the place where dreams come true, where the clapping is a little louder, where boys become men, where grown men learn to cry, and where the grass is actually a bit greener...on the other side of the goaline. Nebraska plays in a football game today. And for the first time … Continue reading I Think Jesus Would be a Darn Good Quarterback