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This skit seems to be a pretty good example of what non-Christians think of Christians. SNL loves to exaggerate personality quirks and identities. They do it with every celebrity. I don't think they meant to be offensive. Nobody thinks Tebow is in the NFL without any work ethic. What's misunderstood is that there is so much more to Christianity than praying and bible reading and preaching. This skit makes it seem like that's all it is.
The Bible is being fulfilled....When the Lord returns there will be no time for you non-believers to make fun of Tim Tebow and Pat Robertson....Y'all will be too busy trying to talk your way out of HELL.
I take of my hat to Pat Robertson. I agree with you. The skit was bloody offensive. The only reason there's no bodies on the street is because we christians are more civilized. Now days people take God and religion very easy. Christianity isn't a religion but its reality!!! And if retarded people keep pulling of stupid skits than man I wonder where the hell they were when God was giving brains!!!!!!
Pat Robertson has done more to make Christians look like overzealous whackos than SNL ever could.
I am a Christian, and I thought the skit was amusing. There is nothing anti-Christian or bashing about it. There isn't an "anti-God" theme at all, but a style that there is a God, and Jesus is the Son of God. In the Bible, and the skit, there is the message of you need to help yourself. Jesus preached to pray privately, and not to publicly beat your chest. If you pray for others to respect you, then you get the accolades and nothing from God. That message is in this skit as well. Please, Mr. Robertson, what is offensive?
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