When in doubt, worry 6

From Cee Gee, who reviewed Richard Dawkins’s bad book on atheism for us (The God Delusion), we have received the following. We post it with a sigh for what it proves – that atheists can be as silly as believers. 

Atheists in Britain have placed posters on 800 buses which read: THERE’S PROBABLY NO GOD. NOW STOP WORRYING AND ENJOY YOUR LIFE.

What a silly, woolly-headed muddle. What a waste of space. Not thought-provoking, merely provoking. Why "probably"? Why should God’s probable non-existence be grounds to stop worrying? Why should one stop worrying? Why should worrying preclude enjoyment of life? Are atheists happy chappies? Is the selling point of atheism its worry-free aspect, like maid service? 

Perhaps British atheists chose vapidity because of fears of outrage from adherents of the religion of peace, among others.

 

We invite readers to present alternative two-liners to advertise atheism in Britain, or elsewhere. Here are a few to start the ball rolling:

 

THERE’ S NO GOD. BUT SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS ARE WATCHING YOU. (Britain)

THERE’S NO GOD, SO THERE IS NO POINT IN BLOWING UP THIS BUS. (Britain)

NO GODS ALLOWED ON THIS BUS, EXCEPT FOR THE BLIND.

Posted under Commentary by Jillian Becker on Tuesday, January 6, 2009

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  • Him

    The chariots of God are 20,000 (Ps.68:17).

    We atheists have only 800.

    Is this fair?

  • DennisBlue

    Number 72. Virgins only.

  • dorothymac

    This bus was designed intelligently, which is more than you can say about the Archbishop of Canterbury.

  • boris

    You wait ages for a god, and then three come together.

  • reshufflex@yahoo.com

    God is not on, above or under this bus-but reason jumped aboard and leaves room with no fuss.

  • doubledecker

    DON’T LET GOD TAKE YOU FOR A RIDE. CATCH THE BUS.