Thursday, December 4, 2008

"Because I created you and I love you..."

From Catholic News Agency:

In November the American Humanist Association (AHA) bought advertisements on Washington D.C. buses reading “Why believe in a god? Just be good for goodness' sake.” The campaign aspired to bring together the non-religious during the holiday season.

The “I Believe Too” campaign, sponsored by the Center for Family Development, called the AHA effort a “campaign against God.” Aiming to “fight back with the same campaign they are running,” the I Believe Too ads are planned for 10 buses with side posters, 10 buses with tail posters, 200 interior bus posters.

I hope to see it soon and take a photo.


Anonymous said...

How do we contribute to this organiztion?

Gleb said...

Would you please include a link to the website in the main post:

Anonymous said...

"Campaign against God?" Getting a little tiresome, isn't it? Seems everytime questions believe in God, Islamists or Christianists call them the 'enemy of God' or say there's a campaign against God.

While belief in God is declining somewhat, he's not going anywhere. You guys can relax.