As predicted yesterday, some Christians on Twitter are already complaining about how this is some sort of assault on their faith:
@google my web page shows google in evolution form. Gtbkm! What do you think are we are evolving to? I am changing search engines! OFFENDED
— Ruthie Johnson (@dougswife82) November 24, 2015
Today is boycott Google Day for me due to their evolution theme. Sorry, but something from nothing is just…dare I say…stupid.
— Brad Fairchild (@braddog8) November 24, 2015
Google no thanks for the evolution banner. Your promoting a unproven fairytale. The truth is GOD created the heavens and the earth.
— aaron Paul (@aaarrrooonnn) November 24, 2015
— Joe Cortez II (@joecortezii) November 24, 2015
Google displaying ape to man evolution. If man came from ape – why are there still apes? Do not be deceived. God made us in His image.
— A TRUE STORY (@AOverit) November 24, 2015
Shame on #google for their logo today. There is no evidence to support evolution of apes to man. Darwin even said it was a stupid theory.
— William Burr (@TruthfromChrist) November 24, 2015
Google's main page is ridiculous. We can showcase something as ridiculous as evolution, but not Christianity. Great pic.twitter.com/F7uLDgcOxA
— Denise Lopez (@D_Lo122) November 24, 2015
@google Funny how the main Google image today is the evolution of humans from monkeys. If that was a cross, world would be up in arms. Shame
— Mike Doyle (@MikeDoyleJr) November 24, 2015
I love how Google can have a "doodle" celebrating evolution, but they can't have one celebrating the historical significance of Easter…
— Patrick (@Patrick1392) November 24, 2015
About that last one, Google has done an Easter doodle. But that would require a few seconds of, you know, Googling.
For all their complaints, though, I promise you none of those people are about to switch over to Bing.