Saturday, May 23, 2009

Atheist Advertising Campaigns

In January, atheists, led by Richard Dawkins, advertised their non-religious message on the local bus transit system in England. Now, this advertising campaign has started stateside, led by the Indiana Atheist Bus Campaign and partially funded by the American Humanist Association. Currently, in Chicago, buses are going around sporting "In the Beginning, Man Created God" signs, and soon, in South Bend, buses will carry "You can be good without God" signs. Bloomington's bus service rejected similar advertisements prompting a lawsuit.


Robin Edgar said...

Gotta love how those less than bright Brights are actually raising public consciousness to God by plastering the word God all over buses across the world. . . :-)

Kent H said...

It seems ultimate irony to me that men like Dawkins would spend a lifetime in conflict with a deity they seem convinced does not exist. Pick a better pasttime.

Darren Staley said...

Kent, I could not agree with you more.