...it happened to Kurt Warner, and now it's happening to Tim Tebow. It seems the more prominent the star, the more they become the butt of personal jokes and the more public criticism they take for being a believer and not being afraid to show their love for Jesus. SEE: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2011-12-18/minor-miracle-tebow-earns-some-cred-losing-to-brady While this is a positive story (the attached link), it is not an exaggeration to say the Tebowing has been the focal point of seemingly erevy sports talk show, national television shows, and late-night comedians for the past six or seven weeks. Is it wrong, from your point of view, for a prominent sports personality to give public praise and credit to God for their achievements? While I'm not trying to draw anyone here into a debate, I'm just wanting to know what some of you think regarding this latest Tebow phenomenon. Should believers make their faith known on the public forum?