Today, please allow me to direct your attention to a piece by David Sessions over at Patrol Magazine entitled “The Strange, Sad War Over Tim Tebow“.
Tim Tebow is someone that people either love or love to hate. He wears his Christianity on his sleeve, in a way that wins him a great deal of admiration from a certain subgroup of Christians. Is this helpful to the cause of Christ? Or is it just a gratification of Tebow’s need to have his faith out there in public and be known by it (if in fact that is a need for him), or of our need as evangelicals to have heroes in the public arena who are completely and totally in-your-face about the Christian faith?