Atheist Bus Campaign in… Sweden!

Even though fewer than 20% of Swedes are religious, the Swedish Humanist Association has placed the following ad in subway stations and beyond: “Gud finns nog inte” means “God probably doesn’t exist.” “It’s not that we want to stop the religious community, but we want to level the playing field,” said [Humanist Association chair Christer] [Read More...]

Ideas for Religious Bus Ads?

In response to the Atheist Bus Campaign ads, Ryan North and his dinosaurs offer a few suggestions for religious responses: Incidentally, the title of the strip is: where are the hindus with their “there’s probably many gods. now stop worrying and enjoy your lives.” buses? WHERE?? Would you like to suggest any other potential religious [Read More...]

God Has Stopped Riding the Bus

Even Time magazine is reporting on the atheist bus campaign in Chicago (and beyond). It’s not an opinion piece; it’s just giving background on the bus campaign and what supporters hope to accomplish: The aim, [American Humanist Association executive director Roy] Speckhardt says, “is to attract the interest of those who already believe as we [Read More...]

Blocked Atheist Bus Ad Website

I was sitting in my classroom yesterday while my students were taking a quiz. I wanted to look up something on the Indiana Atheist Bus Campaign website (I’m still pumped they’re running ads on Chicago buses). This is what I saw when I went to their website: My school has the site blocked because of [Read More...]

Atheist Bus Campaign in… Chicago!

***Update***: There are 25 buses with the ads. They will be up through June. … Finally! Atheist bus ads come to my city of of Chicago, thanks to a private donor who gave money to the Indiana Atheist Bus Campaign. What will the ads look like? A simple and true statement, yet powerful enough to [Read More...]


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