The (ir)religious profiles are those that often post relating to the belief, or lack of it, in God.
Apologia_Orthodox is an Eastern Orthodox apologetic. His posts are often controversial and lead to many back-and-forth conflicts between his religious and atheists subscribers. He is also known for his feuds with Pink_Ninja_Catty.
Catholic_Thinker is a Catholic philosophy major. He has contributed several comprehensive works to the apologetic community, including a seven-part defense of the Catholic god.
GPFA is a relatively new account to iFunny that has several posts series concerning unorthodox views of Christianity. This can be considered apologetics in the sense that he is defending Christianity from many traits people often find abhorrent. He centers these posts around strictly biblical information, often referencing the original languages. They include thus far a series on how Genesis is compatible with an old Earth and evolution, a series on the doctrine of eternal Hell being false, and a series on homosexuality not being listed in the bible as sinful
One of the more well known Catholics on iFunny. He describes himself as a "Jacobite Sympathizer", as well as a monarchist, which many Catholics tend to be.
"Searching for God".
A Prot's worse nightmare.
A Roman Catholic who defends the Faith of Rome and the West
One of the most well-known Islamic accounts.
They're too irrelevant to have notable people. Probably off somewhere worshiping a stick or fucking a dog to appease Odin.
Dominatus is a science and religious profile, who often posts atheist memes. He also tends to focus on social justice from a liberal standpoint.
TheHellboundHarlot is one of the older atheist accounts. She was extremely influential in 2013, before her original account (HellboundHarlot, was banned). After rehabilitating from a suicide attempt she rejoined iFunny, where she leads her cult-like followers whom often refer to her as 'the Dayahty'.
CC is one of the largest Creationist accounts. The majority of his posts are vines mocking "evolutionists," but he does on occasion post lengthy essays criticizing the theory of evolution from various angles. He is infamous for blocking atheists who argue with him or republish his posts.
Curator is not an exceedingly active account, however, he posts articles criticizing evolutionary theory, and some Creation science.
Catty is not a creationist, but her account gained popularity through debunking creationist arguments, and posting supplementary posts detailing various aspects of evolution.