Granted, the First Amendment of the United States Constitution contains language to cover separation of church and state, but the Founding Fathers failed to include language covering future sports video games.
And so, Tebowing is coming to a video game system near you.
Tim Tebow's signature move will enter the virtual world of Madden NFL 13. Michael Young, Madden's creative director for EA Sports, made the announcement via Twitter.
In case you've been in a coma, or living on a different planet, Tebowing is the act of getting down on a knee and praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different, according to Tebowing.com
America's favorite new backup quarterback with the Jets did a lot of Tebowing in his days as starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos.
By the way, the Madden video game franchise is a really big deal, it's the largest in the United States with well over 85 million copies sold all-time for over $3 billion in sales, as of 2010 figures, according to Outside The Lines.
Just how EA Sports' technical geniuses will implement Tebowing into Madden 13 is unknown, according to NFL.com.
Nevertheless, like just about everything involving the religious pigskin lightning rod, it figures to spark debate among anti-religion groups, and perhaps a few religious groups, as well.
-- Follow Ben Maller on Twitter @BenMaller.
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