He has now become one of my favorite coaches. Need to get him at UT. And must I remind you that he's telling you the same thing that me and your wife have been saying .
And if this is an example of his press conferences, they need to interrupt TV for them. Would much rather see him than our presidents (any of them).
Didn't know him, nor ever heard of him until this thread, but I to am saddened by his passing away, based on the above comments. The world could use more Cleo Baltimores. RIP!
PS: Probably just me, but as I read this thread I thought of Tom T. Hall's, Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine.
Imo, we only have to look at our country to see the proof of this. As the percentage of Christians drops, the immorality rises. I'm not trying to start a big debate, nor am I condemning anyone's lifestyle, just looking at morals from my viewpoint as a Christian. In 1963 when prayer was taken out of schools, the atheist, empowered by that victory, have been non stop in their attacks on religion in general (except Islam) and Christianity in particular. What have been the results? Drug use has gone through the roof. We're killing unborn babies by the millions. Homosexuals are marrying. Divorce rate is 50%. Euthanasia is legal in 6 states and in DC. Pornography is on every iPhone, iPad, computer, and in a few short years, nudity will be on our regular TV channels. Etc. Etc. Etc. To a simple country soul like myself, this is a simple example of cause and effect.
Am I saying Christians are perfect? Heck no, but based on the evidence, as a group, they have higher moral standards than atheist. The atheist has no moral obligation that I can see, except possibly to society, and if society is swimming in the toilet, that's not much. Jmo