It’s completely positive. It says that people like us exist.
But that notion was enough to offend some local Christians. They suggested boycotting the buses until the atheist ads were removed.
Despite being offered the chance to pay for their own bus ads, they decided to take another route.
Now, they’re just stalking one of the “atheist buses” with a mobile billboard of their own:
There are four Fort Worth T buses bearing the banner that says, “Millions of Americans are Good without God” on the streets of the city.
But behind one of the buses is a mobile billboard truck with a message reading, “I still love you. -God”
The pro-Christian ad is paid for by a group of pastors and businessmen who don’t wish to be identified.
Umm… that’s a bit scary, no?
Petty at the very least.
And a complete waste of money because it just draws more attention to the atheist bus ad it’s trying to counteract.
No wonder the Christians don’t want to be identified. Even they know they’re embarrassing themselves by doing this. At least the atheists in the DFW ad are out and proud.
Despite thinking the Christian Stalker-mobile is unnecessary, I love one commenter’s suggestion at the news website. Let’s get another car to follow the Christian car with another sign reading, “P.S. But you’re still going to Hell.” 🙂