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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Joe Price
Chaotic, arrogant, sometimes even crass.
He kneels in prayer at times when many players would be pounding their chest, and is winning with a style the experts insist cannot work for long.
"What I think (being in New York) will show is the steadiness of his faith, and that's what many have tried to question," said Joe Price, a professor in the religious studies department at Whittier College. "If he succeeds in New York, it's not just because he's north of Colorado Springs and within arm's reach of Focus on the Family. He's right there within arm's reach of Manhattan, a very different culture. But if his faith is expressed in the same way, winning and losing, that really identifies the authenticity and the depth of his faith."
"Jets fans will be critical of whoever doesn't lead them to the glory of the Namath era, religion or no religion," Price said. "For Jets fans, the only religion that matters is the success of the Jets."