Peyton Manning’s Christian Faith

He certainly sets a fine example by his deeds. I wish he would talk about his faith more. (Romans 10:17)

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2 Responses to Peyton Manning’s Christian Faith

  1. Jim Wetzel says:

    I’m a big fan of Peyton’s, although, as a Hoosier, my #18 jersey is blue instead of orange (and I’d wish you Coloradans the joy of your “stolen property,” except that I know it’s Irsay’s fault, not yours and not Peyton’s). And I’m OK with his not making a gaudy show of his beliefs, simply because of the sports context: so many jocks doing the pointing-to-heaven thing has, I think, poisoned that well to an unfortunate extent. As your link points out, he’s not ashamed of the gospel, nor is he keeping his faith a secret; I like his style about the whole thing.

  2. Sign of the times: I was looking for the “like” button here. Anyway – Manning, Wilson, Brees, Rodgers, Foles and Tebow, if someone gives him a chance again. Lots of believing QBs in the NFL at this point, and that is a healthy thing.

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