I'm not really religious but, IMO- atheism on a full scale will be the fall of man .
The Boulder Atheists, a member of the Colorado Coalition Of Reason (COCORE), said it paid for the billboards to encourage an open dialog between atheists and the public on the role of religion in America.
A year later, the group paid for three billboards protesting the nativity scene at Denver's City and County Building. The signs said, "Stop government support of religion, move this Denver nativity scene to a church."
Originally posted by AllUrChips
So do these men have the right to put these billboards up, IMO they do. Just as religious billboards are put up in town.
Originally posted by gabby2011
reply to post by AllUrChips
yep..they sure do have the right to claim their beliefs.
I guess it will take God to prove them wrong.... and He has done it before.
If some humans continue to spit in the face of our creator and insist He doesn't exist, even after He has given substantial proof in miracles, apparitions..don't be surprised when God's patience runs out..
For the sake of the sorrowful passion of his Son, may He have mercy on us and the whole world...and may those who choose to deny His existence have the wisdom to reach out for His mercy when the time comes apparent that He does indeed exist.
His prophets are trying to warn us, to turn our lives around.. yet the stubborn insist on His non existence.
It will be the Holy Mighty One..The Holy Immortal One..that will have the final say.. on whether He exists or not.. so be ready.
has given substantial proof in miracles, apparitions
Originally posted by reficul
wouldn't their money be more well spent by feeding the hungry,or education?
Where does the right to free speech derive to an atheist? They have the right because they say so? Because they, man, say so?
Originally posted by ThisIsMyName
Let people do their own thing. What's wrong with imaginary friend's? especially when he tells you to do good things for humanity... I have real friend's like that in-conjunction with my 'imaginary' one.