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There’s probably no God.


“Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”

That’s the slogan of a new ad campaign in Britain sponsored by the British Humanist Association and everyone’s favorite atheist Richard Dawkins.  Here’s a short video about their campaign:

Wow!  How do you feel about that?  Do you think something like this would go over in the United States?  Do you have any concern about this news?Here are a couple of recent news stories regarding this campaignBBC Article

USA Today Article

There's Probably No God

5 Responses to “There’s probably no God.”

  1. on 28 Jan 2009 at 10:57 amFrank D

    If this is the response to “burn in hell for all eternity” maybe it will get some people into serious biblical research. Yes, this is already taking hold in the US.


    IMHO, things like this are the response to the gospel of ‘sin control’. (I will make a generic statement here since I’m not sure of actual numbers.) Most Christian denominations do not preach the gospel of the Kingdom of God. Non-Christians aren’t given a message of hope. They are hit with judgement and guilt and told the will “burn in hell for all eternity”. That doesn’t sound like a god I would worship either. So, I think this is a very humanistic response to sin and will continue to grow. Athiesm has been around for centuries. Advertizing just makes it more obvious.


  2. on 10 Feb 2009 at 10:08 amVictor

    Found this site which allows you to generate a response to the bus ads. Here is the link


    I found it on this site (which also included some other suggestions – http://www.creativereview.co.uk/crblog/theres-probably-a-better-atheist-bus-response/)

    And here are a few of my suggestions. Feel free to post your own:




  3. on 10 Feb 2009 at 10:25 amJohn Paul

    I like the Richard Dawkins one. Good job

  4. on 10 Feb 2009 at 11:57 amMark C.

    I don’t care for the Richard Dawkins one, because “worrying” is not going to change your life. How about this one:


  5. on 10 Feb 2009 at 1:47 pmVictor

    Excellent sign Mark.


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