Associate provost speaks on television news about star quarterback Tebow's faith
For the third time in less than a month, Chap Clark, associate provost for regional campuses and strategic projects at Fuller, was interviewed on the topic of Denver Broncos starting quarterback Tim Tebow—and the ways he has brought a conversation on faith into the public eye.
Clark’s latest interview was on Seattle’s KOMO television network on Monday, January 9, for a segment on their evening news program titled “Star QB Tebow Brings Religion to the Football Field.” Clark is based in Seattle, at the Fuller Northwest campus.
Although Tebow does thank the Lord for his winning touchdown passes, he doesn't push his agenda and isn't trying to force people to agree with him, said Clark in the KOMO interview.
"At what point are we saying to somebody, 'You're not a part of this God that I have,' a we/they kind of attitude," Clark said. "That's when it's over the line. I don't think he's over the line."
Previously Clark was quoted in two major AP stories in mid-December, which ran in over 200 news outlets. Those two stories focused on the ways Tebow’s public celebration of his faith really has people talking. Watch the KOMO interview here; read more on the previous two AP stories here.