Nathan R. Jessup

Brit Hume Suggests Christ For Tiger Woods

In freedom, Integrity, Religion, sports on January 4, 2010 at 5:33 pm

When I first saw this story today on Gateway Pundit I felt great pride. Brit Hume, speaking from the heart, suggested that Tiger Woods look to Christianity for redemption. While there were many suggestions Brit could have made for Tiger on national television, he chose the one he truly felt would help him the most. Whether or not you practice or support Christianity is irrelevant. Brit Hume demonstrated courage, compassion, and character with his statement.

I often wonder what our Founding Fathers would have to say about society, were they alive today. If I were to guess, it would be a question similar to this: from what foundation is moral structure constructed? I would be willing to bet, upon seeing the state of our world, it would be the first thing asked. I’m sure there are those who will ask, “Why not Atheism, Islam or Buddhism? How can you pick Christianity as the foundation for our Country?”  My response: “I didn’t”.

Our Founding Fathers began America with a deep-rooted belief and understanding in Christianity. Unfortunately, the wisdom passed along from our founders has slowly eroded under pressure to conform. With its new apologist at the helm,  our Country is undergoing forced deconstruction. Somewhere, the word “offensive” became amended to mean, “remove and apologize”. Well “New America“- I refuse.

Today, America’s indoctrinated youth fight against nearly everything. Perhaps they need be reminded how to fight for something.

Naturally, Liberals are in outrage over the comment. Read HERE.

UPDATE: (via Jim Hoft) Keith Olbermann compares Britt Hume to a Jihadist.

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  1. That is an excellent comment, Nathan.

    ‘I often wonder what our Founding Fathers would have to say about society, were they alive today. If I were to guess, it would be a question similar to this: from what foundation is moral structure constructed? I would be willing to bet, upon seeing the state of our world, it would be the first thing asked. ‘

    I have the same thought, frequently. The founding fathers had more than just an assumption that healthy society and good government came from Judeo-Christian values and morals, it was also directly stated. For one example:

    “…we have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. ..Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to a government of any other.”

    John Adams, to the officers of the First Brigade of the Third Division of the Militia of Massachusetts,” October 11, 1798

    As a boy, I never forgot hearing Paul Harvey’s words on the radio once: ‘self-government requires self-discipline’. Honestly, I don’t think it’s possible to consider or comprehend the American Constitution apart from a Judeo-Christian perspective. Probably many constitutional ‘scholars’ have tried, but they are certainly mistaken.

    Best regards, Peter Warner.

  2. Bow before me!

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