"There probably isn't a God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life."Or...
"The bad news is that God does not exist. The good news is that we don't need him."The idea is spreading from England (with Dawkins full support) to the US under the sponsorship of the American Humanist Association.
A new billboard is appearing in South Carolina, "Don't Believe in God. You are not alone!"
Christianity Today has a new article commenting on it. It quotes one of the AHA spokespersons on their effect:
Edwords said the ads are doing what the AHA hoped they would do: increase the group's visibility. "We can't imagine people changing religions after two seconds of reading a bus ad," he said. "But in this culture, we need to be interesting in order for like-minded people to see we are out there." The result: 800 new members in December.How do you like this? After years of flinching at "Christian bumper stickers" (clever though they may be), I now discover the Atheists have begun to follow suit. Does this mean that Christian marketers are leaders that the skeptics have been looking for all this time?