On last weekend's edition of SNL, Jason Sudeikis and Taran Killam spoofed media coverage of the role Tebow's spirituality may have played in the Denver Broncos' recent wins.
Sudeikis played Jesus Christ, who arrived on earth to warn Tebow and the Broncos that they were going to have to start playing better if they wanted him to keep helping out.
Televangelist Robertson has taken exception to the spoof and accused Saturday Night Live of unfairly mocking Tebow's religious beliefs.
"If this had been a Muslim country and they had done that, and had Muhammad doing that stuff, you would have found bombs being thrown off and bodies on the street," Robertson said on The 700 Club. "This man has been placed in a unique position, and I applaud him. God bless him."
The preacher went on to further praise Tebow for openly acknowledging his Christian conviction, saying: "Tebow is an example, and I think he is a wonderful human being. We need more religious faith in our society.
"We're losing our moral compass in our nation and this man has been placed in a unique position and I applaud him. God bless him."
It was reported earlier this week that SNL producers would like Tebow to host an episode once the NFL season ends.
Saturday Night Live airs at 11.30/10.30c on NBC.
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