Catholic QB beats Protestant QB in big NFL playoff game. (Sorry, Tim.)

Brady had never done what he did against the Broncos — he set an NFL record with five touchdown passes in a single half of playoff football. That put the Pats up 35-7 when the two teams took their locker room breaks, and it’s safe to say that the Broncos weren’t going to get any orange slices. The final score of 45-10 put a capper on a game that was, to dust off the old sporting cliche, nowhere near as close as the final score indicated.


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Editor’s note: The Lord works in mysterious ways!

Tim Tebow’s latest 316 yard passing game – a prophetic victory?

Tebow has said previously that the Bible verse, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life,” is his favorite. When he wore the Scripture verse on his eye black during the National Championship Game in 2009, the term “John 3:16” was reportedly Googled more than 90 million times.



Liberals vs. Tim Tebow: Seething and self-evident anti-Christian bigotry.

The only explanation for what can possibly be fueling this hatred and contempt for Tebow is that he thanks Jesus Christ at every opportunity. That reality alone is what is driving these self-defined paragons of tolerance into the realm of derangement. And if that seems like too strong of a descriptor, consider the words of left-wing Rabbi Joshua Hammerman in a recent column:

“If Tebow wins the Super Bowl, against all odds, it will buoy his faithful, and emboldened faithful can do insane things, like burning mosques, bashing gays and indiscriminately banishing immigrants. While America has become more inclusive since Jerry Falwell’s first political forays, a Tebow triumph could set those efforts back considerably.”

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A quarterback who obviously knows how ro pray

As Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Bebow led his team to another improbable come-from-behind win against Chicago, not many realized he wore a microphone throughout the game that recorded a rare glimpse of his unusual faith.

Before the start of the game, he knelt on the sidelines in his trademark pose and uttered this prayer: “Lord, put a wall of protection around me and my teammates today. When we go out there let us honor you with everything we do and say. I love you. In Jesus name, amen.”

As he warmed up on the sidelines, Tebow sang: “Our God is an awesome God, He reigns from heaven above, with wisdom…”


Bronco’s Tebow prayed for winning field goal against Chicago Bears

ALEXANDER: Just as they’ve done four times in previous weeks. But during Sunday’s winning kick, Tebow didn’t watch. He prayed.

NFL ANNOUNCER: For the win, the kick is good!

TIM TEBOW: I just figure at a time like that, it’s more important to just be talking to the man upstairs and just my relationship with Jesus Christ is the most important thing to me so there’s not a better time to talk to him than then.

ALEXANDER: In only his second season as a pro, the 24-year-old quarterback has become one of the sport’s most captivating figures. Known as much for his evangelical faith as for his football. This is how he began Sunday’s post-game press conference.

TEBOW: First and foremost, I’d like to thank my lord and savior Jesus Christ.

ALEXANDER: This weekend, one newspaper headline even touted Tebow as “God’s Quarterback,” noting that the 6’3″ son of a pastor has defied his critics and revealed the deep-seated anxieties in America about the intersection of religion and sports.

RODNEY HARRISON [NBC SPORTS]: He’s polarizing because people don’t understand what he stands for. He believes in his Christian faith and he’s not afraid in today’s time to come out and tell people what he believes in.

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Her pregnancy was not a cluster of cells but a life — a child, created perfectly by God, with a God-given mission and a purpose


A pro-life Superbowl television commercial has sparked controversy.

Background on the moving story by Stefanie Stark