Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Aetheists' Bus Advertising Against God's Existence

I was shocked after passing by at a site, showing an Ad Campaign of the Atheists in a Catholic Country, Italy. They plan to begin an advertising campaign denying the existence of God. This was also happened in Britain and Spain.

The proposed campaign slogan -- "The bad news is that God does not exist. The good news is that we do not need him." -- has been condemned by the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Genoa, whose Archbishop Angelo Bagnasco is president of the influential Italian Bishops Conference.

"There are some methods which promote dialogue and others which feed intolerance. Head-on opposition always demonstrates intolerance," said Father Gianfranco Calabrese, responsible for the diocese's catechism.

The Italian Union of Rationalist Atheists and Agnostics (UAAR), which is behind the publicity campaign, said it is setting out "to challenge" conventional religious beliefs "on Bagnasco's turf."

As long as we have faith in God, no one could take us away from Him. We will always believe that God is above everything. For those who do not believe in God shall perish and suffer in vain.

Post a comment. Let us tell the world that we are believers of God and God exists in us.


LeeLa said...

The ads are supposed to get people its going to lead to people fighting. They are purposeless, they are very offensive, and they are attacking people's beliefs. People who don't believe in God aren't worrying about how they live their life anyways...So it is just attacking those that believe in God. But your right you can't take God away.

Guillaume said...

If nobody can take God away from you, why are you threatened by the bus ads? Or shocked, for that matter? Oh, and we unbelievers do have morals and ethics, we simply don't base them on purely selfish reasons, might they be fear of punishment or promise of eternal bliss. Come to think of it, what is so worthy about worshipping? Is it a good enough reason to be rewarded with anything?

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