A story emerged last week about Russian Orthodox Christians replacing the Apple logo with crosses because they find the half-bitten apple symbol to be anti-Christian, insulting their belief (an apple is often used to represent the fruit that Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge when tempted by the devil).
At the same time, Russia’s parliament is debating new laws on blasphemy and insults targeting religious, spiritual, or national values.
Christian Today picked up the story, publishing this on its website:
Seems like link bait to me.
Did the trick.
Adam and Eve image via WSJ.