The Washington Times - February 5, 2009, 06:38AM

Christian groups in London plan to advertise on city buses to counter a widely publicized ad campaign by atheists, the Guardian is reporting.

Atheists have placed signs on public buses that read: “There’s probably no God. Now stop worry and enjoy your life.”


Christian groups plan to place ads that read: “There definitely is a God. So join the Christian party and enjoy your life.”

I never imagined that the great theological debate would take place on public transportation.

This could be the beginning of segregated mass transit — one system for believers and one for nonbelievers.  Wonder who’d have more accidents.

It’s good to live in a world where people can advertise their differences like this.  It might even lead them to talk to each other about them. … Nah!