Tim Tebow: The Antichrist?

I’m not the type of person that likes to talk about religion. I keep my religion to myself and make it a note that I do not start conversations about religion, politics, or soccer. Those types of conversations never end well or leave a person in a daze. After seeing Tim Tebow pull of another miracle against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the playoffs and listening to the fans reactions to a guy that has little quarterback abilities, yet pulls off the impossible, I have decided that there is only one possible explanation to all of this insanity. Tim Tebow might be the Antichrist. Now you’re thinking I’m crazy, but the “good book” speaks of signs of the Antichrist and I have found a relationship between those signs and Tim Tebow. I’ve listed 11 of them below.

1. He is different from the other kings [Daniel 7:24]

This is an easy one. The “King” in Denver was John Elway. Elway could throw the ball. Tebow can’t! Try to argue that one.

2. He will speak boastfully [Daniel 7:8; Rev 13:5]

Tebow’s “The Promise” speech has been immortalized and placed on a plaque the University of Florida and in everyone’s heads that watch ESPN. Here are his words below.

September 27, 2008 –

I just want to say one thing.

To the fans and everybody in Gator Nation, I’m sorry, extremely sorry.

I promise you one thing, a lot of good will come out of this.

You will never see any player in the entire country play as hard as I will play the rest of the season, and you will never see someone push the rest of the team as hard as I will push everybody the rest of the season, and you will never see a team play harder that we will the rest of the season.

God bless.

– Tim Tebow

3. He will oppress the saints and be successful for 3 ½ years [Daniel 7:25; Rev 13:7]

It’s possible that he could see the Saints in the Super Bowl. If he leads them to victory over Drew Brees, then I know I will crap my pants and go into hiding from Tim Tebow.

4. He will try to change the calendar, perhaps to define a new era, related to himself [Daniel 7:25]

Ummmm, people keep referring to this as Tebow Time, thus defining a new era. Not even sure the Mayans could stop this guy.

5. He will not answer to a higher earthly authority; “He will do as he pleases”[Daniel 11:36]

John Elway stated that he didn’t think Tim Tebow was the future Quarterback. Tim Tebow said he doesn’t listen to that and only will only focus on things only he can control. He basically said, “Screw you John Elway!”

6. He will have “no regard for the desire of women”: He will either be asexual or homosexual [Dan 11:37]

Tim Tebow’s not married and claims he is a virgin. Imagine the wool that guy could pull. Yet he claims he isn’t interested at the moment. A good person….or yet another sign of the Antichrist?

7. His arrival on the world scene will be accompanied by miracles, signs and wonders [2 Thess 2:9]

Have you seen they way he throws a ball, his poor completion percentage, and inability to hold onto the ball? Yet he continues to win in miraculous fashion. This is kinda scary.

8. He will be worshipped by many people [Rev. 13:8]

Witness the idiots across the world that thinks he is the answer. He is all over the media and his fans worship him. They continue to think that he will take Denver to the Promiseland. Hell, ESPN is basically Tebow 24/7.

9. He will hate a nation that initially will have some control over his kingdom, but he will destroy this nation [Rev 17:16-18]

Tim Tebow has learned to hate Chiefs Nation; however, Kansas City controlled Tim Tebow and Denver at the end of the season, but Denver backed into the playoffs, destroying the hopes and dreams of Chiefs Nation.

10. He will appear to survive a fatal injury [Rev. 13:3; 17:8]

This is yet to be seen, but I’m going to predict this one. In the first quarter, Tebow runs on second and three and Ray Lewis or James Harrison decapitate him. They wheel his lifeless body out of the stadium. As Denver enters the fourth quarter down by 6, the home tunnel leading into the stadium begins to glow and Tim Tebow rides in on a white stallion to lead the Broncos on an 80 yard touchdown drive to win the game. If this happens, then Tim Tebow is definitely the Antichrist and I am Nostradamus.

11. His name will be related to the number six hundred and sixty six—but not necessarily in an obvious fashion [Rev 13:17-18].

Check out Tim Tebows stats: This year he rushed for 660 yards (which rumor has it they changed from 666 to avoid controversy), he had 6 interceptions, 6 rushing touchdowns, and a 6 yard passing average. I’m actually quite disturbed over this.

So there you have it. When people ask why I dislike Tim Tebow, I will refer them to this article and the theory behind Tebow ending the world. Or I will tell them that I’m a Chiefs fan and disliked John Elway just as much.

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