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Billboards popping up in Colorado and North Carolina carry a message appreciated by some but not as much by others.
They feature a picture of Santa and the words, "Go ahead and skip church! Just be good for goodness sake. Happy holidays!"
American Atheists, the group behind the ads, says their intention is to emphasize that being a good person isn't tied to attending religious services.
originally posted by: Raggedyman
Another attack on Christianity, seems endless
Why isn't their a billboard saying skip the mosque, the temple as well?
It's not ok politically to offend any religious people but Christians these days
this world is becoming stranger by the day, no wonder there is a rise in fundamentalism
originally posted by: intrepid
Obviously not talking about Jehovah's Witnesses.
This is a "m'eh". Everyone knows you don't need church to be moral.