On Monday night on the "O'Reilly Factor", Brit Hume had the chance to reiterate the personal advice he offered to Tiger Woods last Sunday morning: for a full recovery, the scandal plagued (and Buddhist) golfer should "turn to Christianity."
O'Reilly played a clip of Hume's comments, then asked him: "Was that proselytizing?"
"I don't think so," Hume said, and added that the content of Woods' character was "not what we thought it was."
Hume went on to reassert his belief that "Jesus Christ" offers something that Woods "badly needs."
"He needs something that Christianity especially provides and gives and offers, and that is redemption and forgiveness. I was really meaning to say in those comments yesterday more about Christianity than anything else...I think that Jesus Christ offers Tiger Woods something that Tiger Woods badly needs."