Naming a baby "Herzl"

Question: Is it proper to name a son "Herzl" after the founder of political Zionism? While we believe he was an agent of Hashem and owe him much gratitude, is there a problem of naming your child after someone who wasn't religious?
Answer: It is certainly proper. And we have "Maaseh Rav" that Rabbi Yehuda Herzl Henkin, author of Shut Bnei Banim, carries that name and he uses the name Herzl and is not embarrassed by it.