sta_kitten (sta_kitten) wrote in lj_uk,
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Athesist bus

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jan/06/religion-atheism

The thing that worries me about this campaign is the use of the word 'Probably'...There 'Probably' is no God. Now if you want me to stop worrying you need to me more firm about it and tell me that there is no God.

When going parachuting I don't want people to say 'The parachute probably won't fail'. When getting on the plane I don't want the pilot to say 'I probably know how to land this thing.'

People who believe in God don't go around saying there probably is a God and our way of worshipping his probably right so you should probably join us. No! They make a stand in Faith and say 'There is a God, dammit! And he's watching you!(Not all of them say he's watching you but they probably should)

It's such an indefinate word and all the athesists have done is paid for an evangelistic campaign in every country they're gonna do it in. And the believers are gonna be a lot more positive about what's going on in the world.

There probably is no God
So eat, drink and be merry
For tomorrow we die

Eat, drink and be merry
For tomorrow we die
There's got to be more to life than this

There's got to be more to life than this
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