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Posted by geardaddy in General Discussion
Tue Nov 15th 2011, 09:54 AM
http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/dish/20111...
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He's the model citizen, the guy you want your daughter to date, yet Tim Tebow can't help being the most polarizing figure in all of professional sports.

And during the upcoming holiday shopping season, Tebow is going to get even more controversial -- once again without any action on his part.

A handful of Denver fans have decided a customized Tim Tebow jersey would make for the perfect Christmas gift. What could possibly be troubling about that? A whole lot, depending on who you ask.

Rather than have the last name "Tebow" on the back of the Broncos jersey, these fans have placed "Jesus" above Tebow's No. 15.

Not everyone thinks it's appropriate. Some fans told CNN (via KTVQ) that the new custom apparel is blasphemous.
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But Rev. Marcus Buckley of a Baptist Church in Greer, Colo. believes those who speak out against such public displays of religion are haters.
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