I got invited to sign a petition against 'the U.N. rewriting the Bible,' and I thought it was against them 'claiming that creation took millions-of-years rather than less than a week-of-days.' And I was going to respond with 'what makes the "prehistoric" accounts any-better-than the modern archaeological accounts?'
But that wasn't the issue at all! The issue was that the U.N. (reportedly) passed a resolution that declared the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron & Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem as Islamic sites, which they say "delegitimizes Israel's holy sites."
I don't even want to go into "how wrong 'Stand for Israel' is in making that judgment!"
Just one precedent there: Saint Paul convinced the judges of the Areopagus that 'God' (whom Christians call 'Yahweh,' 'Jehovah' etc.) was their pantheon's "God with No Name." ("Acts" somewhere, I think).