Deny the Atheist Bus Ads, Says Christian

When you write a letter-to-the-editor, it helps to know what you’re talking about. Robin Smith, a resident of Bloomington, IN, is a Christian who doesn’t like the notion that an atheist bus ad may have been seen in her town. (Bloomington Transit rejected the ad which stated “You Can Be Good Without God.”) I agree [Read More…]

Atheist Billboard to Go Up in South Florida

The first atheist billboard in South Florida is about to go up thanks to an anonymous donor! It’s straight-forward in its message and makes excellent use of color: The billboard will go up on June 22nd and will remain there for a month. If you’d like to help keep it up for one additional month, [Read More…]

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…]