Jesus Christ! It’s a “divine” Facebook page!

Jesus now has his own Facebook page and it’s even more popular than Justin (gasp) Bieber.  It’s true because The New York Times said so…

jesus christ has his own divine facebook page madmikesamerica

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Move over, Justin Bieber. Jesus Christ is here. The New York Times reports that a Facebook page called Jesus Daily is generating more “Likes” and comments than Bieber’s page simply by posting the words of Jesus four or five times a day. Last week it racked up 3.4 million interactions to Bieber’s 630,000, but who’s counting. The man behind it, North Carolina doctor Aaron Tabor, says he only started it as a hobby about two years ago. “I wanted to provide people with encouragement,” he says.

And Jesus Daily is not alone. Facebook’s top-20 traffic pages include Joyce Meyer Ministries, another Jesus page, and Dios Es Bueno (or “God is Great”). What’s more, a reverend and a rabbi tell the Times that Facebook is helping places of worship attract more congregants and online worshipers. But others warn that Internet prayer is not enough. Says one reverend: “They can never replace the importance of people being together physically in the service of worship.”

If you haven’t already done so make sure to take a trip over to Jesus’ FB page.  It should be a divine experience.

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8 Responses to Jesus Christ! It’s a “divine” Facebook page!

  1. Jess

    September 6, 2011 at 12:16 am

    Says one reverend: “They can never replace the importance of people being together physically in the service of worship.”

    Jess’ translation, if they are only doing this online, we can’t con them out of money to put in the collection plates.

    • Michael John Scott

      September 6, 2011 at 1:47 pm

      You got that right Jess!!

    • Bradley Scott

      September 8, 2011 at 10:25 pm

      “Con” implies the recipients of your contributions are doing something other than the stated purpose for which the revunes were collected, and you oppose that for which the monies are actually being used.

    • Anonymous

      September 20, 2012 at 4:18 am

      u r a ң**ӣ$%^^*

  2. Dorothy Anderson

    September 6, 2011 at 1:23 am

    I’m not sure my experience was divine. The site has 8,431,686 likes, making Jesus Daily the most popular Facebook page.

    ….. (¯`v´¯)♥♥ I LOVE JESUS!
    …….•.¸.•´
    ….¸.•´
    … (
    ☻/
    /▌♥♥ DO YOU LOVE JESUS?
    / \ ♥♥

    75,760 people like this comment. And everything Jess wrote…

    • Jess

      September 6, 2011 at 2:38 pm

      I’m going to start mah very own religion. Something along the lines Atheists fir Jesus. It’s catchy, like Jews for Jesus and I can make money without really doing much of anything. Wait though, if you are for Jesus that means you are Christian. Never mind then, I’ll keep thinking.

  3. Milton Thornridge

    September 6, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    Thanks for this article. i like Jesus and will soon be going to visit His page to tell everyone in cyberspace.

    There may be hope for the heathens and athiests here yet.

  4. Worship Leaders

    February 7, 2012 at 10:02 am

    This is my first time pay a visit at here and i am actually impressed to read everthing at single place.