Pro-God supporters hit back on the buses
The battle on the buses between humanist and Christian groups over whether God exists steps up with pro-god adverts set to hit London streets on the famous London buses.
These will be a direct response to the Humanist Society's adverts stating that there was probably no God.
Three separate groups are planning campaigns and whatever side you go with if the old adage that any publicity is good publicity holds true then God has never had it so good.
And it's not just in London but as seen here earlier on NowPublic it's happening in Canada too!
Three separate pro-God advert campaigns on the sides of London buses are set to hit city streets.
Buses adorned with the slogan "There definitely is a God" are from the Christian Party, while the Trinitarian Bible Society chose a Biblical verse.
The Russian Orthodox Church is also preparing bus adverts.
The adverts, which are unrelated, come a month after the British Humanist Association placed "no God" slogans on buses across England.
Those adverts, which read: "There probably is no God: so stop worrying and enjoy your life" prompted complaints from the group Christian Voice and from individuals.