New Atheist Holiday Ads Accuse Christians of Intolerancet
The clash between Christians and atheists for the soul of Christmas rages on.
The American Humanist Association fired the most recent salvo by unveiling its third annual holiday public awareness campaign Monday. Titled "Bias Against Atheists Is Naughty, Not Nice," the nationwide media blitz runs until Monday and highlights alleged cases of discrimination against atheists and agnostics.
"We want to challenge people who supposedly love their neighbor and apply that to us as well," said Roy Speckhardt, AHA's executive director. "These kinds of incidents are bubbling up more given a larger number of people are talking out loud about their lack of faith. Prejudice against any group limits our potential as a society."...
Mike wrote: Athiests can't help being ignorant, for they don't know what they don't know. But now that they've joined the group-think movement, with its standard whining about bias, they'll get even less respect.
Since atheists are about 2% of the population, wouldn't they expect to have "bias" in the culture? I ought to complain about the "bias" in bookstores where 2% of the inventory is philosophy books, and most books are how-to or fiction.
What "discrimination" is going on, anyway? America seems to give atheists more than their proportional share of attention, especially with people like Richard Dawkins pushing the atheist agenda in a visible, public manner.