Coach Bill Stewart Interview

West Virginia head football coach Bill Stewart visited Parkersburg Thursday for the Warren Christian Apologetics Center's "An Evening Of Values" Program.

Before the event, the coach stopped by the WTAP studio to talk about it, his faith, and WVU football.

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  • by WvufaninSC Location: South Carolina on Mar 26, 2010 at 11:33 AM
    "WOW" speaks as if the Bible promotes ignorance, including the idea of a flat earth. Interestingly however, Isaiah, who's Bible book bears his name, spoke at Isaiah 40:22 about the "circle of the earth." A Hebrew language reference works states that the original-language word translated “circle” here also means “sphere.” Isaiah lived almost 1000 years before Jesus. At Job 26:7, the Bible says that the 'earth is hung apon nothing.' Job lived about 3500 years ago. So, at a time when the "scientists" of the day taught that the earth was flat, supported on the backs of giant elephants who were standing on the backs of giant sea turtles, swimming around in a cosmic sea, the Bible taught the the earth is round with no visible means of support. It took science several thousand years to catch up to what the Bible already stated. It isn't the Bible's fault that the church who claimed to represent it, actually misrepresented it, and had little knowledge of what it really says.
  • by Anonymous on Mar 17, 2010 at 08:29 AM
    I think that Coach Stewart is a good coach. Unless you go out there and do what he does then don't complain about how bad of a coach he is. He puts up with a lot!
  • by bogdan Location: uniontown on Mar 15, 2010 at 12:28 PM
    Wait until Huggie Bear gets back to campus and finds out that Stewart is stabbing him in the back and predicting that this will be his first and last championship in the Big East. Is this guy nuts. The Big ten stinks. Ask BC how they like flying 1400 miles round trip to play their closet opponent Maryland? This was a disaster for all their sports team and now Coach Stew is suggesting that WVU should ruin it's athletic programs so they can make the huge financial and logistical mistake that BC made. Huggie Bear is going to me mad and I wouldn't want to be Coach Stew when he gets back to Morgantown
  • by WOW on Mar 15, 2010 at 09:00 AM
    bob you are right, evolution is not true, the earth is flat and has four corners, and the sun circles around the flat earth. That was basic church creed up through the last century. I guess still today. People said that Galileo Galilei was wrong becacuse he went against what the bible said. He was just recently forgiven by the church. GO FLAT EARTHERS! Keep promoting ignorance, it seems to be what you do best.
  • by Combat Vet Location: Ohio on Mar 14, 2010 at 08:30 PM
    Nice to see a man of good character and good ethics coaching a college team.Hope some of his traits rub off on some of the tough guy wanna-be loud mouths in the profession!!
  • by mountypride Location: parkersburg on Mar 14, 2010 at 02:02 PM
    after watching this I got a little teary eyed I am so proud to have a coach like him he is truely one of a kind and cant wait for the season to go way to go wvu mens bb big east title winners LETS GOOOOOO MOUNTAINEEEEERS
  • by Another Joe Location: P-burg on Mar 14, 2010 at 01:42 PM
    As bad as a coach as he is, he needs a lotta faith.As much as I like Stewart as a human being,I dislike him as a coach.
  • by bob Location: central america on Mar 13, 2010 at 03:56 PM
    something you know does not exist=religion? live up to your name 'concerned one'. i pray for your soul.the overwhelming evidence is quite laughable. Concerned? please be, for this lost country. the 'faith' needed for evolution outweighs the Bible 1000-1.
  • by Viewer Location: Parkersburg on Mar 13, 2010 at 11:51 AM
    Im so sick of this station shoving holy rollers down my throat!
  • by Ross Location: Charleston on Mar 13, 2010 at 11:28 AM
    I just wish he were a better coach. I agree with one of the CBS Sports people when he was quoted as saying that Coach Stewart is in way over his head. I agree.
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