With Facebook, everybody can betray Jesus

It's Easter time again and many of those who are Christian will be familiar with the story of the Last Supper and the subsequent betrayal of Jesus by his friend Judas.

If Jesus was around today and didn't immediately die from a heart attack after hearing about the Bishop of Bling (who spent $500,000 just renovating his closet and flew first class to visit the poor in India), how many more of his disciples would betray him and each other by tagging him in selfies on Facebook? Why do people put the short term indulgence of social media ahead of protecting privacy in the long term? Is this how you treat your friends?