Unfortunately it is the subject of that thread when some choose to dislike an athlete for his/her religious or any other characteristics, but I will move my response here.
There is nothing wrong with someone saying that they dislike Bubba because of his religious beliefs and the way that he may choose to promote them. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and we have no right to tell someone they are wrong for not wanting to hear about religion. If someone does something that gets on your nerves or makes you dislike their actions, then that's how you feel about it.
Yeah I think there is something wrong with disliking a person for these reasons morally. I am going to disagree with you on this. Sure someone "can" feel this way, but should they? What about a person's personal beliefs and talking about them now and then is offensive to someone? Bubba is not cramming it down peoples throats the way that Tebow was. That was annoying, because it was seemingly all he talked about. Let me put it this way. Would you think it is right of me as a person of faith to say I don't like an athlete because he/she is gay and promotes that? One of my favorite female soccer players is a lesbian and promotes it on twitter and in other avenues. I have no problem with that. That is great that she can promote something that defines her. It would not be moral of me to dislike her for doing so and for her sexuality. Nobody can tell me that you cannot compare these two things either. Religion is every bit as intimate of a defining characteristic as sexuality is and I would say it is even more intimate. I don't want to call these things "choices" or "lifestyles" there are simply characteristics that no matter the origin define us. The problem is that those who disagree with them see them as negative characteristics. If you don't want to hear from them on it I would ask you why? What is it going to do to you? Why does it get on your nerves?
I guess the main question for this new thread though is does it bother you when someone in the public eye discusses or promotes religion, sexuality, politics or even if they take to social media for the promotion of a sponsor? How much is too much?