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Atheist Ads in England

January 7, 2009

In Dr. Albert Mohler’s latest blog post he reviews the Atheistic ad campaign on the side of London buses. The ads read, “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life”.

Dr. Mohler’s post points out the feebleness of the argument that God probably doesn’t exist. I’d like to look briefly at the second part – “Now stop worrying and enjoy your life”. This is the conclusion they reach with probably no God in their life. Not only is their argument weak but they fail to see that most of the world, e.g. 95% of the United States, believes that there is some type of god in existence.

In that light I think the atheistic conclusion is actually helpful to Christianity. If the result of there being probably no god is a life without worry [about God] and with self-centered enjoyment then what about those who do believe there is a God and are living their lives without any worry or concern toward Him and with a complete enjoyment of their lives apart from God?

Hopefully a wayward Christian or a person just calling themselves a Christian will realize that they are living like atheists when they have no worry before God and enjoy their lives apart from Him. Hopefully this marketing campaign will raise awareness for people – “Wait, I call myself a Christian and live like an atheist”. Then they can resolve their life before God by trusting that Jesus removed the punishment for all the actions they may otherwise worry about and that they should not live for their own pleasure but should enjoy God and live for Him because of His provision for us in Jesus Christ.

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