Brit Hume of Fox: poor Tiger Woods “will have to do his best with what’s he’s got.”

Via elephant journal
on Feb 24, 2010
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Egads, just when our Nation turns its sickened eyes elsewhere, TigerGate comes rrroaring back into view:

Brit Hume still thinks Tiger Woods should leave Buddhism, would be “lot farther” along if was Christian.

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Via Huff Post.

“I think, because I’m a Christian and I believe that Christianity is true, that Tiger Woods and his wife Elin would be a lot farther down the road toward forgiveness and redemption if they were both Christians,” Brit Hume told Bill O’Reilly. “But they’re not. And they’re going to do the best they can with what they have. And I wish Tiger Woods well.”

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One Response to “Brit Hume of Fox: poor Tiger Woods “will have to do his best with what’s he’s got.””

  1. Clint says:

    How exactly does one measure how far "down the road toward forgiveness and redemption" one is? Does Brit Hume know the mind of God and know how much the Lord has forgiven Tiger? The only measure that makes sense is the forgiveness of the some 200 million Christians that won't forgive Tiger because he didn't convert.