Christian Bus Driver Outraged Over Athiest Advertisements

January 18, 2009

England (ChattahBox) – A bus driver has refused to drive his route, due to a collection of new advertisements by an Atheist organization, that has been putting it’s message across the sides of buses.

Ron Heather, a 62 year old Christian man, says he was horrified by the slogans, which he had been shocked to see plastered to the side of his bus.

“I was just about to board and there it was staring me in the face. My first reaction was horror. I’d heard about this silly campaign in London but I had no idea it was coming to Southampton.”

The messages started appearing after a collection of Christian slogans were plastered all over London, from subway stations, to bus benches, and were created by comedian Ariane Sherine, and activist Richard Dawkins. They read “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying, and enjoy your life.”


5 Responses to “Christian Bus Driver Outraged Over Athiest Advertisements”

  1. pinar hasan on January 18th, 2009 8:44 pm

    Christianity is a cult based on the worship of living Jews as Gods. It a very dangerous and violent cult that seeks to exterminate all that refuse to worship Jews as living Gods. In its 2,000 years of exixtence The Christian cult has masascred hundreds of millions of innocent men women and children that refuse to worsip the evil Jew as the living God.

  2. Amazing Grey on January 18th, 2009 10:15 pm

    Very smart ad. Not silly in the least. What would seem silly, in this day and age, is continued belief in a spiritual being for which absolutely no proof of existence can be found. It’s time people started being a little honest with themselves, and face the facts.

  3. Amazing Grey on January 19th, 2009 8:47 am

    Pinar Hasan needs to do some more research and get the facts straight. Pinar Hasan sounds like an ignorant fool.

  4. olivia on January 22nd, 2009 11:23 am

    I was impressed by the ad when I first found out about it, to be honest. I think it’s witty, ironic, and makes a poignant statement, especially against the Christian ads that have been running in the UK all year.

    As far as Pinar, what are you talking about? lol

  5. Mahouteki on January 30th, 2009 6:02 am

    I hadn’t heard of this ad campaign before, but it’s really refreshing and uplifting to see something like this for a change. Sometimes I find it amusing with more touchy subjects such as this, how it’s “okay” for Christians to plaster their messages anywhere they see fit – but if someone pipes up with a differing belief it’s an outrage to them.

    I greatly enjoy this ad.

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