I missed this on Sunday, but as you can tell I haven’t given much attention to blogging lately.  This was on Fox News Sunday, I’m not sure of the context of why they were talking about Tiger Woods, but Brit Hume said something you typically never hear from journalists.  You can watch below:

I love the fact that he points out there is much more important things than golf.  Yes he likely will recover as a golfer, but more importantly will he recover as a person?  I hope so.

Hume’s right in that Buddism offers nothing in terms of redemption.  It doesn’t offer any concept of sin, even though it is evident to most that he failed.  Big time.  Forgiveness and redemption can be found at the cross of Christ, and thumbs up to Fox News’ Brit Hume for pointing that out.  I just hope that Tiger Woods heeds his advice.

4 comments
  1. I don’t know how many times I’ve heard about this. It’s insane how many Christians have picked this one up. However, this is the first I’ve actually seen the clip. Before this, I’d only read the quotes.

    So thank you for posting the video. I enjoyed seeing it and finally understand what everyone was talking about a little better.

    -Marshall Jones Jr.

  2. Cal Thomas has an interesting take on this in his column today. Among his statements: “In a day wehn some extremists employ violence to advance their religion, it is curious that many wuld save their criticism for a truly peace-bringing message such as the one broadcast by Brit Hume.”
    I fear that within a couple of days there will be shouts for Brit Hume’s head by many–even Christians. I pray that they will fail.
    We should applaud Hume’s courage in expressing his faith in such a public and job-endangering arena.

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