Look, I don't care which religion you subscribe to, or don't subscribe to. I care about how you treat other people first and your beliefs last, located somewhere after your preferences in music or beer, probably right between your sexual orientation and bowel movements on the list of things I give a shit about.
Yet, you constantly have athletes like Tebow praising God every time they score a touchdown, hit a home run, score a knockout, etc. Not only is it annoying, it is the ultimate display of ego run amuck. If you were a real Christian, I would think that to claim God gave you that touchdown pass isn't just you being a douche, it is also kind of sacrilegious. To assume that an action in a sport which has no real value other than entertainment, bragging rights and financial gain was the result of the favor of any almighty being is what some would consider to be "the sin of presumption". To assume that your 80+ yard touchdown pass was the result of some type of divine intervention is to not only cheapen the idea of God, but also to suggest that God has his/her priorities seriously, seriously out of whack.
So, I suggest this. Next time you want to thank God for a home run or a touchdown, that's fine. However, instead of dropping to one knee and all that, how about backing that thanks up with something that matters, like a check to a charity? It might make you appear like slightly less of a douche.