Facebook and the other pieces of social media are certainly filled with religious content thought it is not quite Christian. That would be news to those who post and repost and share the memes that have replaced Scripture, creed, and confession. They are sure that their point of view is not only true but really more than the truth of those who spend time in Scripture or know Christian history or sit in the pews every week. You can give them the words of Jesus directly from the Bible and they will insist that either they were read wrong or they could not possibly mean what they say. To counter the Word of God, they tell you a story or repeat the latest thing to go viral on the internet.
What do I mean? I have read posts from people who insist Jesus is number one in their life but that no real God would send people to hell for not believing in Him or by judging their best was not good enough for this cold hearted deity or by doing what seems right to them but is explicitly condemned in Scripture. My God would not do that, they say. In that, they might be correct -- except that their god is no God but an idol of their own imagining. That is the great temptation not only of those whose God speaks in memes but for every authentic Christian as well -- it is the first and greatest commandment that is the most difficult for the orthodox and for the erring. We have not progressed much from Babel or from the golden calves of gods we could equal or even control.
This is why it is so difficult for us to do true Christian apologetics. Unlike a pagan world which has no idea of who God is, we face a culture which is pretty sure they know who God is, what God would say, and how God would act. They are more than confident that they are putting the right words in God's mouth even though they have only the barest passing acquaintance with the Word of God in Scripture. Perhaps there is some legitimacy in the call to surrender the social media to those who have placed their holy technology in the pantheon of the many and various deities. Perhaps many of the media are so tainted by the prejudice of superficial knowledge that parades as deep that we have little or no chance of really engaging our lost and secular culture. I could be swayed on that point but I do admit that God has promised to work through His Word no matter whose voice says it. At this point, however, I am weary of the strange, odd, and offensive things placed in God's mouth who do not even know Him well enough to call Him by name. Maybe you have come to the same place.