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London Dayz: <Riled Atheists Get Bus Ad Campaign Rolling>

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so says the headline of a blurb in today's NYTimes - an AP report on how London atheists are mounting a counter ad campaign to counteract one by evangelical Christians who have bought ads on London buses to promote their agenda of Christian evangelism - England having more of a fundamental evangelical movement than i've seen in any other European country - indeed evangelical preachers now greatly outnumber atheists at Speakers' Corner it seems.

The atheists have now bought ad spaces on buses that say <There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.> the ads appear on 30 buses and are paid for by $113,000 in donations within hours on the Internet after the evangelical ads hit the buses.

So in London you will know why their is a religion war of sorts going on on London bus adverts.

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