Saturday, March 21, 2009 • 2:31 am
To support and amplify the already pervasive non-religious reputation of Seatte, the atheist bus ads are set to arrive in Seattle. To refresh your memory, remember my posts from recent months about these bus ads from the UK: There’s Probably No God and then of course the Christian response: The Atheist vs Christian Bus Ads…
I suspect that in the near future, some Christian group or folks here in Seattle will fund a set of new ads in response to these ads.
And then at that point, I’d like to launch my own campaign and website called: Read the rest of this entry »
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Thursday, January 8, 2009 • 1:10 am
Have you seen this picture [and article] of a London bus with the the following advertisement/banner posted to its side:
There’s Probably No God. Now Stop Worrying and Enjoy Your Life.
They were placed on 800 buses and in the next few weeks, another 1000 advertisements will be placed in the subways systems in and around London.
Question: What do you think ?
Most Christians push back and get all riled up. For starters, don’t even mention the word ‘persecution.’ This isn’t persecution. Personally, I think this is good for three reasons:
1. Christians shouldn’t feel entitled to anything. Read the rest of this entry »
Filed under: bible, christianity, faith, religion, atheism, atheists, God, london, richard dawkins