Remember those British atheist bus ads in 2008 that inspired all the American atheist bus ads? You know, the ones that read, "There's probably no God.
I normally wouldn't side with a church that's using ads to mock unbelievers, but it's hard to understand why the billboard above was banned in South Africa. One complaint—one!—was all it took for the ad, posted out
O ye of little faith … you've still got something to look forward to this holiday season. Just wait until Monday, when the American Atheists unveil a new billboard near the New Jersey entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.
A bunch of heathens in Alabama are decrying organized religions as “scams” on a new billboard. At first, I wondered why the Crimson Tide would do such a thing. Investigating […]
With pro-atheism ads rolling around on buses worldwide for the past two years, how could the nonbelievers still get a rise out of the righteous? Comparing Jesus and Allah to […]
Oh Lord, not the atheists again. Inspired by similar marketing efforts in London, Washington, D.C., and South Carolina, atheists in New York City are taking it to the streets with […]
Atheists are a confident bunch these days. Fresh off their shout-out from Barack Obama, the non-believers are following up high-profile pro-atheism bus campaigns in London and Washington, D.C., with an […]
It looks like atheist bus advertising, which we're written about a lot, is becoming a truly worldwide phenomenon. Pro-atheism ads have appeared in the U.K. and U.S. and proposed in […]
It took a little while, but Christians are finally mobilizing to kick some ass in response to the pro-atheism ad campaign that's been running on Washington, D.C., buses for the […]
Atheists seem to have a thing for buses. We recently wrote about the bus ads in London which proclaimed, "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life." […]