On Yahoo I saw a link to Robertson’s disgust about he calls the anti-Christian bigotry on display during the Tebow sketch.
This was interesting to me because I was thinking about how much I liked the depiction of Jesus in this sketch. Sure, there were parts that were not reverent, but I thought is was not so bad. I would like to list what I liked and did not like about how Christ was depicted in the sketch:
1 – A flesh and bone Jesus of the same image as man. We worship a resurrected being after all. This was not some mysterious mist or substance (or non-substance). This was an embodied flesh and bone being.
2 – Jesus was interested in the personal lives of mankind. He was an active participant in peoples lives. He was answering prayers, and helping out.
3 – He was progressing in time with the rest of us. The future was not absolutely known.
4 – He loved people – even Tebow.
5 – He recognized Mormonism as being true.
6 – He referenced ‘dad’, or Heavenly Father as a separate being.
Did Not Like:
1 – Not a glorified being. He should have been gleaming or something.
2 – A bit irreverent and informal for my taste. But hey, it’s a comedy sketch.
3 – He prays to Matt Prader (the kicker)? I could have done without that line.
4 – He didn’t love Belichick as evidenced by the devil sign.. Even Belichick is loved by Jesus.
5 – Socks with sandals.
So, what did you think about how Jesus was depicted?