I've been in interviews where the interviewer would embarrass Sam Kinnison. Interestingly, she didn't keep her technical staff, and I've had recruiters call me about once a year asking me to interview with her again. Not a chance. I've also had a coworker who would sing hymns in his cube, dedicate every congratulatory comment he got to the "Glory of God". He got and kept the job because of his religious stances, not because of his skills. When his manager was replaced, so was he.
I just want coworkers and team members who can do their jobs. If one of them gets offended by a certain word one of us uses, then they tell us, we apologize, and we don't use the word in their presence again. It's common courtesy. If they want to witness to us and live their lives for the glory of God, that's great, but if it interferes with the smooth operation of the company database apps, then God can't be happy with them making him look like He can't design a database.
Ultimately, the development group needs to work as a team. The candidate with the best skills but is also grandstanding loner is not going to get the job. I can train up a mid-level guy who works well with others.
BTW, "Ch---" is "Choad" (I think). Look it up for yourself. Or it might be "chalupa" or "chihuahua" (based on the peanut butter reference). As far as the "that is gay" comment, I interpret that as an example of questionable terminology, not a direct use.
Anyway, carpe carp.