Brit Hume speaks up

Have you all seen this or heard of it?

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Wow. I didn’t see this when it aired, but one night while at church I saw this recap of the event.

I was like, “You go, Brit!”

Caught me by surprise how bold he was with his faith, yet it made me smile from ear to ear.

He wasn’t a big jerk or all judgemental of Tiger, which was cool. Because that’s not what Jesus follower’s are called to be. He just offered an option for Tiger (and the rest of the world) to consider.

I’m not usually one to get all political on the blog here, but when I saw this snippet I had to put it up here to hear what you guys thought.

8 thoughts on “Brit Hume speaks up

  1. Kay–thanks for swinging by. It IS about real change for a hurting person, indeed.
    Lori–yep, way to go Britt. Talk about bold AND loving. . .
    KM–he is inspiring, isn’t he? He took a risk, too, being what he is and all.
    Elana–stinking firewalls. . . LOL. Yeah, check it out, it’ll be worth it.

    Thanks for stopping by, you guys!

  2. SWEET! Way to go, Britt. Yes, classy, and sincere, and bold and loving… what a witness! Thanks for sharing, Lynn. I would have missed seeing this! Have a wonderful day!

  3. I saw it the day it originally aired – what I liked about it was his intellectual knowledge of his faith and of other faiths. He explained why Christianity is different from other religions. It wasn’t do this because it’s right or it’s better. But because it provides what you are looking for – forgiveness. I hadn’t seen this additional clip from Bill O’Reilly until now, but again he doesn’t talk about feelings or emotions. It’s about a real change available for a hurting person.
    Thanks for sharing it.

  4. Lynn,
    I saw that the night it aired on O’Reilly. Thank for posting it on your blog. It definitely needs to be seen and heard again. Britt Hume is a class act.
    Have a great day!
    Jill

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