The pious former backup quarterback of the New York Jets caused a stir for copyrights in regards to the Son of God when his lawyers sent a desist letter to a company, Chubby Tees, which was selling a shirt, “MY JESUS” based on the logo and colors of the NY JETS.
While it is unsure how Tim Tebow may have copyrighted Jesus, it is believed that through prayer and Tebowing on the field that Tim Tebow may have been grandfathered in to the creative license.
“It’s like Donald Trump trademarking the term ‘You’re Fired!’ “, stated copyright lawyer Marcus Benjamin. “Jesus didn’t get popular again until Tim Tebow came around, so he obviously should retain any creative license to the focus of Christian faith, to be given out at his own discretion.
However, there are fears that, if this forced desist on Chubby Tees becomes valid, Christianity may become an even more commercialized form of extremist Islam, using lawsuits instead of bombs as a terrorist act.
In any event, it is believed the Jesus copyright will be met with criticism and mockery until it is resolved, or until Tom Brady grows a full beard.