U.S. - Reports from around the nation Thursday indicate that millions of American citizens were still reeling from the revelation that a prominent Christian couple holds a historically Christian position.
"We're not saying people can't be Christians," a Seattle woman said in a Facebook comment. "This is a free country, after all. But when Christians decide to actually have Christian beliefs about things - I'm sorry, that's just too far."
A man in Denver agreed, stating that he prided himself on his deep appreciation of and support for freedom of beliefs and religious tolerance, "so long as Christians don't publicly hold opinions I find disagreeable."
"It's almost as if they take the Bible seriously or something," he added, shaking his head.
This revelation comes on the heels of a national Gallup poll released earlier this week indicating that over 95% of Americans agreed with the statement, "Christians are allowed to practice their beliefs, as long as everyone agrees with them."