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Popular Culture Through a Biblical Lens ^ | Feb. 19, 2012 | Ellen Makkai

Posted on 02/21/2012 5:56:40 PM PST by ellenbrewster

Just when cantankerous agnostics thought the NFL finale meant a respite from Tim Tebow, his prayer posture and that provocative name, “Jesus”, who pops up? NBA giant and Harvard graduate Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks crashes onto the scene wearing a wristband that declares, “In Jesus name I play” and prompting “Lin-sanity.”

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TOPICS: Activism; Current Events; Humor; Religion & Culture
KEYWORDS: athletes; faith; religion; tebow

1 posted on 02/21/2012 5:56:43 PM PST by ellenbrewster
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To: ellenbrewster

It’s not the Agnostics, cantankerous or otherwise, who are doing all the whining about Tebow and now Lin. It’s the proselytizing Atheists. The Agnostics know enough to know that they don’t know if there is a God. The Atheists OTOH have faith there is no God.


2 posted on 02/21/2012 6:17:46 PM PST by magslinger (Who cares if they are"electable" if they are going to govern like Democrats? -noprogs)
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To: ellenbrewster

Good point!


3 posted on 02/21/2012 6:19:02 PM PST by ellenbrewster
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To: ellenbrewster

Baseball’s full of Christians.
Batter up!


4 posted on 02/22/2012 11:08:28 AM PST by onedoug
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