Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Creative Atheists

I guess they're looking for slogans to replace the first "bus campaign" advertisement. Here are some pretty good ones:

Live free or Deity.

Religion is the Placebo of the Masses.

Bi-ble ... Buy Bull ... clearly pronounced

Stop praying for help and start helping

Education is Religion's Worst Enemy

Why is it that both God and Unicorns are invisible?


And my favorite:

If faith made sense you wouldn't need faith

See these and many more at the Freedom From Religion Foundation site, here.

h/t to The Gaytheist Agenda

13 comments:

the chaplain said...

I like this one:

Atheist: A person who has REALLY READ the Bible

Vitamin R said...

Heck is for people who don't believe in Gosh

That one rocks socks. Though this:

# Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature

gave me the Furrowed Brow of Thoughtiness.

And: Know God, Know War...No God, No War

It's like me at Baskin Robbins--loads of great choices and I buckle under the pressure to choose.

Nothing Happens After You Die. Make the Most of Your Life

Okay, that one's my favorite. If only because I cracked under the pressure and finally chose vanilla, after all :/

Rose said...

Great! Thanks for this. They're all fabulous!

John Evo said...

Chappy and V-R; Those are good. I didn't want to just put the whole list. I stick with MY favs. Like Rose says, they're all fabulous.

Ordinary Girl said...

These are great. Thanks for posting on them, Evo.

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Vitamin R said...

Know God, Know War...No God, No War

I'd love to get that tattooed somewhere. I think that spot where neck becomes shoulders. I've got some fonts to dig through.

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John Evo said...

"Hee Hee"? Really?

Frolick on!

DB said...

These are hilarious and true enough to draw a loving reaction from a Christian.

DB said...

btw, I went to Church this past Sunday (a friend's baby was being baptized...) and if anyone wants to talk about a huge ego stroking circle jerk, they need look no further than Church. All the prayers being asked of the congregation were selfish and prideful..."please help me survive our stressful move" but no "pray for the people in North Dakota whose homes are flooding". Typical Christians, typical prayers, typical circle jerk.

John Evo said...

The ones I've heard recently are a little slicker than that DB. They often appear to be praying for others (though that part of the prayer sounds a little automated) and when they get around to themselves they usually disguise it with "if it be your will" or "allow me, so that I might glorify you".