An atheist group has threatened to file a lawsuit against a school in Highlands Ranch after students packed up Christmas boxes for charity.
Denver Broncos Quarterback Tim Tebow isn’t shy about his faith. His actions on the field have some questioning whether football and faith mix.
Tebow’s five fourth-quarter comebacks and his four overtime victories — each more improbable than the last — and his steady, genuine, yet somehow unassuming insistence on bringing God into the conversation has forced an uncomfortable question upon some football fans.
Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has seemingly made himself the poster boy for Christianity, praying on the field after a win and putting Bible verses on his eye black during games, but one atheist group believes he’s doing it for personal gain.
When historians look back on the last couple months of 2011, it could be looked at as an intersection in time where religion, sports, and social politics all met and talked. And if recent polling results involving Tim Tebow’s indirect effect on the Iowa caucuses serves as any indication, the conversation will continue into 2012.
An atheist group has paid for billboards that protest the Nativity scene display at the Denver City County Building.