Until then, I direct you to a post by Ted Kluck on certain Detroit Lions' mockery of Tim Tebow's trademark post-touchdown prayer. I don't hide the fact that I like Ted's post a great deal. But I also find the comments unusually interesting. It's fascinating seeing Evangelicals who engage in groupthink in so many matters having such contrasting opinions of Tim Tebow's public persona.
And along those lines, have you given thought to how comfortable you will be with Tim Tebow as an Evangelical gatekeeper? For a long time when the media wanted an Evangelical (or, as they usually named it, Fundamentalist) quote they would go to a few "reliable" sources—Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson come to mind, and eventually James Dobson and Ralph Reid. But in the middle of the last decade—I think the turning point was the reelection of George W. Bush—the media started digging deeper and discovering more diversity and more of the beating heart of Evangelicalism than the tiny number of talking heads had given them access to. But as time goes on the media could grow tired of putting in that much work and look for a new gatekeeper. Tim Tebow's playing days will likely be over by then and his post-football public career (Congress?) will have begun. Do you think he'll represent you well on Meet the Press? For my part, I like him as a spokesman better than Falwell. I'm not sure how much better.