(RawStory) Much to the chagrin of GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz, exit polls show that Donald Trump won the Evangelical vote in Tuesday’s primary elections. That isn’t dissuading one church from attacking Trump for his “unChristian” ways. The Community of Saint Luke near Auckland, New Zealand posted a cartoon on their Facebook page announcing the billboard that will remain up during the Easter holiday according to The Blaze.
The billboard shows Trump with a hammer in his clenched fist with Jesus Christ nailed to the cross behind him. “I don’t like losers,” Trump’s speech bubble reads.
Minister Glynn Cardy said that the purpose of the billboard was to highlight Trump’s name-calling and knack for racist and offensive comments and show religious followers that it isn’t Christian behavior. “For those of us at St Luke’s, the cross is about politics,” he was quoted saying in the Facebook post. “Jesus was killed – violently, publically and shamefully – because he spoke truth to power and confronted the leaders of his day about their treatment of the outcasts.”
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