Well USA Today ran an article entitled “Shirtless Tebow is Jockey Sex Symbol.”

All because of this ad.

tebow-jockey-ad

And there sits the shirtless Denver Broncos Quarterback Tim Tebow posing for the underwear manufacturer Jockey.  Tebow has become quite a sensation and has had a phenomenal year with the Denver Broncos.  As a Christian athlete he has had many opportunities to talk about his faith, and his “Tebowing” has been placed center stage.

But let me ask you – does this impact his witness?  I’m not against guys being shirtless playing ball, at the beach, in the pool, etc.  I don’t believe there’s anything immoral about that.  I don’t personally go around shirtless.  You can thank me now… no I mean really, you can thank me.

This, however, is different than just going around without a shirt because you now see headlines like this:

“Praise Jesus!  Man of the moment Tim Tebow appears shirtless in new Jockey ad – and surprise, surprise underwear sales soar

What do you think, is it appropriate or not?

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