New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow made waves recently when he cancelled a scheduled appearance at a church in the Dallas area that was a bit controversial. With its views on homosexuality among other things it was clearly not the place for Tebow.
Religion aside, it would have polarized people even more when it came to their thoughts/views on him. From a business point of view that would have been disastrous.
After the close call you would think that he would have learned his lesson, right? Wrong. Barring any weather issues, Tebow is sceduled to speak at another controversial venue, Liberty University in Virginia.
The school was founded by former televangelist Jerry Falwell. He and the University have spoke out against homosexuality going as far as to support making it criminal in the country of Malawi (an issue that came up when Obama withheld aid from the country).
Mathew Staver, the school's vice president, has called homosexuality the "gravest threat to our ...