Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will never be a Muslim and he says he’s never seen his Muslim parents trying to convert him.
He also said he’s not going to apologize for his Christian faith, which is one of the reasons why he is going to stay Muslim.
Luck and his wife, Malia, recently had a baby boy, and they have two more children.
Luck said he is a Christian because he has faith in God and that his religion is based on the Bible and the teachings of Jesus Christ.
“If it were up to me, I would never be able to be Christian.
I think it’s the opposite,” Luck said.
Luck’s mother, Malala Yousafzai, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, was shot and killed in 2012.
Luck, who attended the Nobel Peace Lecture in 2015, said he was “surprised” when his Muslim cousin told him he had been in contact with the Pakistani Taliban.
Luck told The Associated Press he has “great respect” for the Taliban and he thinks they’re doing the right thing in trying to bring peace to the region.
Luck also said that his father, a prominent Pakistani politician, was an atheist.
“He was an intellectual.
He was a person of great intelligence and he had the faith,” Luck told AP.
“That was not a religion that he was trying to adopt.”
Luck was born in Birmingham, Ala., to Malala and Andrew Luck.
He played college football at Florida Atlantic University and was a two-time first-team All-American and a three-time Heisman Trophy winner.
Luck was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014 and the Associated Press named him to the Sportsman of the Century list in 2013.
He is a member of the National Football League’s Hall of Honor.
Luck joined the Colts’ locker room before the 2016 season and said he has a good relationship with coach Chuck Pagano.
“I don’t know anything about him,” Luck recalled of Pagano’s former coach, Matt Hasselbeck.
“It’s something that he has his own opinion on.
We have a great relationship and we talk a lot about football. “
But, you know, I know he’s got a great mind.
I’ve never seen him get any angry.” “
We’re a very close football team.
I’ve never seen him get any angry.”
Luck also was asked if he is looking to start his own business.
“Absolutely,” Luck replied.
“You don’t have to be a big business guy to start your own business.”
Luck said his family has been in the business for “a long time.”
“I have a lot to give back to my community and to the Colts and the Colts organization,” Luck added.
But I feel like I’m helping people.” “
As I said, I don’t like to get into too much specifics.
But I feel like I’m helping people.”
Luck played in the NFL for 11 seasons and is the franchise’s all-time leader in career passing yards (1,907), touchdown passes (1), passing touchdowns (22), total offense (1.668), total defense (2,923) and passing touchdowns in games (6,904).
Luck also played for four seasons in the Canadian Football League, helping the Stampeders to the Grey Cup in 2005.