Orthodox Christians in Ukraine are demanding that an exhibition, funded by local businessmen Viktor Pinchuk, should be banned (via) because they think its blasphemous.

‘Orthodox demanded that the organizers should remove a blasphemous exposition named ‘Jesus and twelve apostles’. It is a horrific exposition, where ‘the holy apostles’ are presented as 12 cows and bulls heads placed in 12 aquariums with formalin’, the statement of the action organizers’ reads

The participants of a pray-in last week distributed a statement insisting that the organizers should ‘stop the blasphemy’ and have also sent letters containing the statement to the Ukrainian Culture Ministry and Kiev’s Culture Department as well as to the Supreme Rada deputies with the request to make an inquiry to the Prosecutor Generals Office as to whether any laws have been broken.