Was he misquoted, or does a Harvard grad not know what “polarizing” means?
“Was he misquoted, or does a Harvard grad not know what polarizing means?”
He’s probably too busy playing ball to follow the Tebow story. No different than when corporate execs think that OWS and the gay lobby represent mainstream America.
Probably meant that Tebow’s polarizing is good because he is willing to courageously stand for his beliefs, which inevitably are polarizing, as Jesus predicted.
Why was “polarizing” not an apt description of Tebow? I agree with Lin: Tebow is polarizing = dividing those who speak out publicly for their faith from those who believe personal faith should be kept “in the closet.”