Atheist Bus Campaign in… Spain!

Spain doesn’t want to be left out of the Atheist Advertising market. So private funds are being used to put some signs up on buses in Barcelona. The ads (written in Catalan in the image above) state: “Probablemente Dios no existe. Deja de preocuparte y disfruta la vida” which translates to the London Bus version: [Read More…]

Atheist Bus Campaign in… Italy!

As Richard Wade mentioned earlier, they’re popping up everywhere: The sign reads: La cattiva notizia è che Dio non esiste. Quella buona, è che non ne hai bisogno Rough translation? The bad news is that God does not exist. The good news is that you do not need him. Definitely a change from the “probably” [Read More…]

Fun With Qualifiers

A little whimsy by Richard Wade When the British atheist bus ad campaign came out, some people were puzzled about the qualifier “probably” on the banner. There were those who complained it weakened the statement as if it was hedging. Others said it was included for intellectual honesty. Still others said it was put there [Read More…]

How I Wish More Christians Would Respond

Here’s an encouraging story from the Las Vegas Emergent Cohort leader about one Christian high school student’s response to the atheist bus ads. It starts: I recently read an article in the New York Times that explained how Atheists in Britain, with the strong celebrity of Dr. Richard Dawkins at the helm, launched a campaign [Read More…]

Atheist Bus Poster Campaign Spreads to Spain and Italy

Your roving reporter, Richard Wade here. Several news services are reporting that the surprisingly successful bus advertisement campaign in the UK featuring banners saying “There probably is no god, now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”  has been picked up in two other European countries. The British Humanist Association aimed to raise enough money to [Read More…]