The Reformation Wall is the latest target of the ever tolerant and accepting rainbow brigade.
The Geneva monument depicting notable Protestant figures, William Farel, John Calvin, Theodora Beza, and John Knox, was covered with rainbow paint by vandals this week, Evangelical Focus reported.
The wall is located in the grounds of the University of Geneva, which was founded by John Calvin in 1559. The monument was constructed to commemorate the 400th anniversary of John Calvin’s birth and the 350th anniversary of the university’s establishment.
“The world understands that biblical Christianity is diametrically opposed to the favorite dogmas of contemporary political correctness,” Phil Johnson, Executive Director of Grace to You tweeted in response to the attack.
According to Evangelical Focus, there have been a number of vandalic acts against the Protestant monument in the past. Earlier this year, feminist activists wrote a message on the wall reading, “Where are the women?”