Actually, I can't imagine it. The premise is too far-fetched. I could see members of rj killing each other before this and bringing Christianity into it is a cheap shot:
The Sentinels of God, an extremist Christian sect, has assumed control of the world; it has begun "The Cleansing," a mass purge of all groups deemed unworthy. San Francisco lies in ruins after being decimated by a hydrogen bomb along with Manhattan, Brooklyn, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, and numerous other worldwide locales. Christian gangs control the streets alongside soldiers, killing anyone listed in the Database of the Damned on sight.
Reduced to becoming minor terrorists, numerous groups of the Damned have formed in opposition to the Blessed but fail to even dent the power of the Church. As people are burned alive and tortured for the sake of idealist eradication, a small group of vigilantes forms to fight for their right to survival.
And their right to love.
But as the group fights to stay alive, Paul -- the group's only contact to a person who could unite them all -- senses that something is amiss. He cannot put his finger on it, but something about this day is different.