Christ meets Bigfoot: More irreverent atheist ads set to hit Canadian cities
The atheist group behind last year's controversial bus ads suggesting "there's probably no God" is rolling out a provocative new set of posters on buses across the country that places Allah beside Bigfoot and Christ beside psychics.
The new posters bear the slogan: "Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence" with "Allah, Bigfoot, UFOs, Homeopathy, Zeus, Psychics, Christ" listed below.
They will hit Toronto streetcars in January, pending final approval from the Toronto Transit Commission, said Justin Trottier, national executive director of the Centre for Inquiry, an atheist organization. After the Toronto debut, the organization plans to post the ads to buses in Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa, Saskatoon and Montreal....
Let sobriety and faith continue to be our platform. Despite the claim of endorsing the belief in God according to the evidence, Scripture, Truth, and Scripture-Truth loudly proclaims the contrary. I pray we all know that no amount of evidence without the revelation of the Spirit of God will ever convince. Nor can we ever 'prove' God to the atheist. For a little lamentable humor, witness the sad, embarrassing, mopping up of the floor with Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron by a couple of atheists who didn't even know their stuff, while trying to do just that... 'prove God'.