- 02/13/2009, 12:36PM ET
Moondizzle said 02/13, 12:36 PM
Kurt Warner is now a free agent. And he has a choice as to how to proceed with his career. It's been a long road, and he has been quite successful. Now, he must move on to the final phase of his life & career, and that is to become a Saint.
Kurt Warner loves Jesus more than any other player in football. We know this to be fact, as he has professed his undying faith to the Lord on numerous occasions.
He went to Arizona to become a Cardinal. He played with Pope. The only logical move on upward is Sainthood.
Yes, I'm aware Drew Brees is their QB. But this is an opportunity for a man who loves God to achieve the highest honor the church can bestow, and that is to become a Saint to finish off an illustrious, and possibly hall of fame, career.
If Brees refuses to step aside (it's only 2 years max, really) for the good of a man who is holier than him, then he is faithless and probably doesn't love God. And if that is so, is he a shameful, bitter, stupid player.
Put the pride aside Drew. You can resume your career in 2 seasons.
The Cardinal phase of his career is done.
Pope, his TE target, should also be signed by N.O. to replace Shockey.
This is as God intended.
Goodell 2.0 said 02/13, 12:58 PM
"Yes, I'm aware Drew Brees is their QB. But this is an opportunity for a man who loves God to achieve the highest honor the church can bestow, and that is to become a Saint to finish off an illustrious, and possibly hall of fame, career."
The only problem with your logic is in order to become eligable for "sainthood", you have to be dead for 5 years.
I dont know how effective a dead QB is in the NFL today, but last time I checked Walter Payton didnt get any TD's last season, and Reggie White didnt lead the NFL in sacks.
Moondizzle said 02/13, 01:40 PM
Now wonder you root for Buffalo. God really doesn't like you, does he?
The eligibility for Sainthood can be changed, and the candidacy expedited, as per the sitting Pope - at any given time. Example: Pope John Paul II. His candidacy is being expedited.
But I never said anything about posthumous awards, good commissioner. I'm talking about going to the Saints. I said this:
"But this is an opportunity for a man who loves God to achieve the highest honor the church can bestow, and that is to become a Saint to finish off an illustrious, and possibly hall of fame, career."
By church, you know I meant "his agent." I never said anything about the beatification of candidates by the church, and the process with which one achieves Sainthood.
So he need not be dead. He need be alive. And he is alive, and well, loving Jesus and making a case to be considered for the Hall of Fame.
As stated previously, Brees must do what is right. Warner loves Jesus. He loves God. And I'm sure he prays to the Saints, just as some of us do down here in real life.
He almost reached football heaven just a few weeks ago. Let's not stand in his way between him and the Saints.
Goodell 2.0 said 02/13, 02:06 PM
"As stated previously, Brees must do what is right."
By right, you mean what is right ETHICALY, correct?
Ethicaly speaking, if Brees does the right thing, that would be to honor the contract that he signed, right?
"And I'm sure he prays to the Saints, just as some of us do down here in real life"
Are you catholic?
Who prays to the siants?
The Saints didnt die for anyones sins...Did they?
None of the Saint were raised from the dead, were they?
None of the Saints are God incarnate, right?
Anyways.....Warner to the Saints for ANY REASON makes about as much sense as a Perloff article. Wether it be for religous or sporting resons
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