Thinking Out Loud

October 25, 2008

There’s “Probably” No God – Says British Humanist Association

Filed under: apologetics, Christianity, Religion, theology — Tags: , , , , , — paulthinkingoutloud @ 7:37 pm

Clark Bunch, who blogs at The Master’s Table, links this week to a BBC report that the British Humanist Association — with a big boost from Richard Dawkins — is purchasing ad space on transit vehicles to advise the public that there is probably no God.   Probably.   Nothing like athiestic [un]certainty. You can read the blog post here.   It also contains a link to his review of Becky Garrison’s book, The New Athiest Crusaders and their Unholy Grail.

This would also be a good place to mention that Nicky Gumbel — of the Alpha Course fame — has published a response to Dawkins’ The God Delusion, titled, Is God a Delusion. You’ll also find a number of responses to Dawkins in the sermons of Bruxy Cavey at Canada’s The Meeting House church; linked in our blogroll at right.

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  1. […] @ 8:11 pm A few months ago we reported on a Humanist group in England that was promoting its message on city buses.    The website Sacred Sandwich offers this photographic […]

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