This So-Called Christian FB Page Tried To Co-Opt Rainbow Emojis For ‘God’ And Got Its FeeFees Hurt

This Facebook page, complete with a website and merchandise, has decided that it just can’t handle Facebook’s new rainbow reaction and rainbow emojis. So, naturally, everyone is posting rainbow emojis on their page.

Warriors For Christ posted:

Image via The Friendly Atheist

The threat of banning hasn’t stopped them either. People are still posting all kinds of rainbow emojis and stickers in comments on the page. Here are just a few:

Images via The Friendly Atheist.

It seems like this would be a fake page, but the website doesn’t seem fake. From the About page:

“Warriors for Christ is a pre-denominational ministry. A pre-denominational Christian is a Christian or disciple of Christ who seeks to base all of his or her beliefs and practices upon the New Testament itself, starting with the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ Himself. We desire to recover original New Testament Christianity, or the faith once delivered unto the saints. We are neither Catholic nor Protestant and reject any and all Catholic and Protestant traditions that are inconsistent with or contrary to the New Testament, no matter how deeply-entrenched these traditions may have become. Our overriding goal is to be true to Christ and true to the New Testament.”

“In the first century, there was only one church. Christians in different locations were united by a common faith, a common belief, and by a common form of worship. There were churches at Jerusalem, Corinth, Rome, Ephesus, Antioch, and a number of other places. That which separated them was geography — not different teachings. But that was then. . .”

“In the 21st Century, things are a lot different in the religious world. Now we have a variety of different churches, teachings, practices, and forms of worship. In fact did you know that the majority of denominations are less than 600 years old?”

Have fun offending the homophobes!

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