Tim Tebow To Speak At Texas Church Led By Controversial ‘Anti-Gay’ Pastor

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Tim Tebow, who has been open about his Christian faith , is planning to spread the word at a controversial Texas church.

According to the  First Baptist Dallas church’s official website , Tebow is listed as a “special guest” for two services on April 28.

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The outspoken New York Jets backup quarterback is scheduled to speak during the 9:15am worship and at 11am.

He will join forces with the church’s pastor, Dr. Robert Jeffress, who has previously come under fire for speaking out against gays and other religions.

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In a July 2012 sermon posted online, Jeffress said, “Homosexuality is a perversion.”

The pastor also made the shocking claim in a 2011 interview that Islam and Mormonism are from the “pit of hell.”

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The topic of Tebow’s speech hasn’t been released.  He previously spoke at Arizona’s Impact Church and to 30,000 parishioners at the Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas.

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