It’s refreshing to find a public figure who is proud of his faith and doesn’t mind if those who aren’t are annoyed. Think how differently things would be if everyone was determined to lived their faith at work.
Ah see, there’s the thing. Kurt Warner was also a very big Christian, but he didn’t, how do I put this, flaunt it. I would say he was a better, more mature Christian than TT, but then the latter is young too. He’ll probably have matured by his 30s as well.
I know a lot of people want to admire Tebow for his beliefs, but Jesus did say not to trust those who feel the need to pray in public. I have no doubt he’s sincere about his religion, but I think one’s beliefs are a private, personal matter and if I were him, I would not do as he does.
If you don’t want to draw out the atheists and other pests, you avoid doing things that provoke them. God’s everywhere; he can hear you all the same whether you’re praying on a football field or in the middle of a forest.