"No God" slogan on London Buses

October 22, 2008 8:16am CST
Bendy buses in London could soon be seen with slogans that say "There is probably no god" It was the idea of British Humanist Association and supported by prominent atheist Professor Richard Dawkins. The posters which read in full "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life." could be on two sets of 30 buses for up to four weeks. They also hope to put up the posters inside the buses as well. The buses with the posters will run from January. Here's the link for the full story http://results.myhpf.co.uk/framedresults.asp?Keyword=new+slogan+on+london+buses%3F What do you think do you find this offensive?. Or do you see it as just a bit of fun?
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• Ireland
22 Oct 08
hi i just heard about this idea a few minutes ago i do not find this offensive at all people who do not believe in god have the right not to the idea behind this campaign is to bring an equality of sorts to the religion forum atheists are probably the quietest of all these groups and in my opinion it is time they had the same chance to voice their opinion as any other community i dont think a group that tells us believe or you will go to hell has any more of a right to voice their opinion than one which says listen we could be wrong but for now dont worry about it just do your best to be a good person it is all about equality in my opinion
22 Oct 08
Hi I do agree with you there i think that everyone does have a right to voice their opinion weather they are religious or atheists.