Atheists have no Messiah telling us to turn the other cheek. In any case, where better to put the truth than on a billboard? BTW ... I've never heard of a Crusade to Spread Atheism. Dispel ignorance and superstition ... what's left is pretty close to atheism ... if you feel compelled to hang a name on it. Some call it a Renaissance. I like to think of it as freeing your mind ... like on "The Matrix".<quoted text>
News is news. It tells it like it is.
You would never stoop to a level to cast Christians in a bad light, would you?
Just as the city of Charlotte, N.C., gears up to host the Democratic National Convention, an atheist group is mounting a billboard campaign attacking the religious faiths of President Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney.
The signs, paid for by American Atheists Incorporated (AAI) and appearing along keylocal highways, include messages such as: "Christianity: Sadistic God, Useless Savior" and "Mormonism: Magic Underwear, Baptizes Dead People, Big Money, Big Bigotry."
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/22/si...
Talk about making a mistake everyone can see! Atheists in California have done a disservice to their own crusade to spread atheism by launching a new billboard campaign that ascribes a false quote to Thomas Jefferson. That's right, they've essentially become liars for atheism.
The person that wrote that article, the paper that printed it and the Topix poster that brought it here, all have similar motives ... none are involved with improving the education of those kids. Education and religion don't mix.