Forgive the double negative, but I don’t not like Tim Tebow.

It’s an important distinction to make and worth the grammatical sin. If I say I like the Broncos quarterback, it means I’m all in on the topic of his general wonderfulness. If I say I don’t like him, then I need to be fitted for flame-retardant clothing for a rather ­prolonged stay in hell.

That’s the problem with the guy: You’re not allowed any middle ground. There’s no room for nuance. You’re either for him or against him, which is to say you’re either for God or against God.

I’m for God, and I happen to believe Tebow isn’t an NFL quarterback.

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