A Feb. 4 CNSNews.com article by Melanie Hunter promotes how pro football player Ray Lewis said after his Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl, "When God is for you, who can be against you?"
Hunter doesn't mention that Lewis is perhaps a flawed messenger for a religious message given his alleged links to a double murder more than a decade ago.
The Washington Post details how Lewis was linked to two men who were stabbed to death in Atlanta in 2000. Lewis was initially charged in their deaths, though those charges were dropped and he eventually pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice. But traces of one victim's blood was found inside the limousine Lewis used, the suit he wore that night has never been found, and Lewis has paid millions of dollars to settle civil lawsuits by the victims' families.
Apparently, according to Hunter, being linked to murder is OK if Lewis is spouting Bible verses now.