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Bus ads take on Dawkins

by Brad A. Greenberg

March 5, 2009 | 11:03 am

Remember Richard Dawkins’ anti-God bus ads? “There probably is no God,” they stated.

Well, those ads caused a real row in London—foreign journalists to use that word when mentioning a controversy in Britain—and copycats tried to follow suit in Italy, but found no customer for their business. And now a response has found it’s way onto buses. Eli Lipmen, the former AJC spokesman who has spent the last six months at the London School of Economics, sent me this photo, which he snapped the other day:

“The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.”

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