Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Brit Hume reaffirms advice to Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods gave an apology speech (no doubt written by a well paid PR firm) last Friday where he referenced his intention to lean upon his "Buddhist faith" going forward.

Bill O'Reilly took that as a direct response to Brit Hume's advice that Tiger turn to Christianity. Lat night Hume re-affirmed his advice when O'Reilly posed his theory.


7 comments:

Malcolm said...

Brit said very well what I have been trying to say all along. I think Tiger did appear shaken and contrite in the human sense, not the Christian sense. He is working with what he knows and has been advised to do, not that it's what is the best. It's all very reflective of a 12 step program. I pray that he will come to love the Lord.

Reepicheep said...

I agree with you and Brit.

Woody Woodward said...

Regardless of his “canned” apology, every American should be upset with the way he handled the entire ugly mess. Because of his sins of the flesh, a precious family has been destroyed and none of us will ever think of Tiger they way we used to. He should have come forward immediately and not listened to “wisdom” from the world. What goes around comes around. Sins of the flesh will not go unpunished.
Like Malc and millions of others, we should continue to pray for him and his family, that they would come to the foot of the Cross and received forgiveness and eternal life in Christ.

Malcolm said...

Woody, I must say if I revealed all of my sins that the world would think less of me as well. I also assure you that I have not "come forward immediately" with my sins and sincerely wish I had. He is an easy target for all of us, but I know and praise God for the fact that I am just as vulnerable and capable to any kind of sin. Coming to this realization is the most important thing that has happened to me since my introduction to reformed theology. Once you understand the depth of your depravity it is very freeing and, in my case, gives me an understanding of how I need to rely on the wisdom of the Holy Spirit.

Woody Woodward said...

Great convictions Malc! Thanks for helping me look into a mirror, what I saw scared me.

William said...

I say it a lot but we really should not be surprised when "the unregenerate" (only the Lord really knows and is the final judge), do things things that unregenerate people do. What should surprise us is when the regenerate (or apparently regenerate) do such things. In light of Paul's words in I Corinthians to "not even eat with such people," I must say that I have been deserving of many solo breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

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