UPDATED 6:15 PM PT – Friday, January 29, 2021
New York Mets Minor League outfielder Tim Tebow gave his personal take on abortion during the annual March for Life Rally. On Friday, the pro-life advocate gave a remote keynote address while demonstrators were marching in Washington D.C.
Tebow told a story about how his mother, who was then a missionary in the Philippines, was advised to have an abortion while she was pregnant with Tebow. He said medical experts believed either Tebow or his mother would not make it.
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“‘Out of all my years, this is the greatest miracle that I’ve ever seen because I have no idea how he survived,’” Tebow said the doctor explained. “‘The placenta is not even attached and there’s so many different issues. This is a miracle baby. Here is your baby, Mrs. Tebow.’”
Tebow said if his mother had not trusted God and chose not to give the pregnancy a chance, he would not be alive today.
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