Facebook recently apologized to Evangelist Franklin Graham for banning the missionary for 24 hours for a post from 2016.
On Dec. 28, Facebook banned Graham for a post he wrote in 2016 about the North Carolina "Bathroom Bill" after the social media site found the post violated its community standards.
Facebook had originally deemed the post had contained "hate speech."
After posting that he had been banned, Graham later received an apology message from Facebook that read, "It looks like we made a mistake and removed something you posted on Facebook that didn’t go against our Community standards. We want to apologize and let you know that we’ve restored your content and removed any blocks on your account related to this incorrect action.
Graham then publicly accepted Facebook’s apology.
"I thank Facebook for their apology and I accept it," Graham posted. "All truth is in the Lord Jesus Christ, who is ‘the Way, the Truth, and the Life.’"
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