U.S. - After numerous prominent Christians and everyday believers alike signed the Nashville Statement affirming basic Christian doctrine held with rare exception for 2,000 years, progressives across the nation flooded the internet in droves to voice their horror and disgust at the shocking set of beliefs.
"I can't believe these people would just come out and blatantly state something Christians have unflinchingly agreed on for millennia," one liberal Christian wrote on Twitter. "It's absolutely beyond callous."
"I literally just can't even," she added later.
Secular humanist scholar Zeke Reddington agreed, stating on his Patheos blog that for Christians to publicly affirm historically Christian ideas was "unthinkable."
"It's 2017, for crying out loud. I can't believe we have to deal with people who disagree with us in the current year!" he wrote in his insightful 8,000-word blog post.
At publishing time, the many bigoted backers of the Nashville Statement had still refused to apologize for their horrific act of affirming beliefs that most progressive Christians evolved beyond at least two or three years ago.