Left Sacks Tim Tebow Over Religion

Wednesday, 03 Feb 2010 12:49 PM

By S.E. Cupp

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Tim Tebow paints Scripture verse numbers like "John 3:16" on his face on game days. He is pro-life, and he isn't ashamed of it. He comes from a conservative Christian family, and wants to use his platform as a celebrity quarterback to talk about his religious convictions.

Considering 80 percent of the country is Christian, and just over half is pro-life, you wouldn't think this would make for much of a story.

But then, you haven't met the taste arbiters of the secular, liberal elite, who are treating Tebow's upcoming Super Bowl commercial as though it marks the end of the world as we know it.

In the ad, Pam Tebow tells the story of her son's birth. She says she ignored the advice of doctors, who feared she would die during labor, to terminate her pregnancy. Instead, she "chose life" — and had Tim.

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