Only at Harvard! The Boston Globe has an article about a new ad campaign on the T:
"A group called the Boston Area Coalition of Reason has spent $11,000 to buy ads on more than 200 subway cars on the Red Line and Green Line to raise awareness about people who believe that God is a myth."
"...It plans ads for another 10 cities, which will coincide with the publication of a book titled “Good Without God,’’ by Greg Epstein, a member of the coalition’s board who is the humanist chaplain at Harvard.
What's amusing to me is how religious these athesists and "humanists" can be! Harvard has a chaplain for their humanists. Why do you need a chaplain, exactly, if you're rejecting religion? They seem to be awfully bent on spreading their non-belief, these atheists and humanists. Downright evangelical, I'd say!
I'm sorry, it seems silly to me. As G.K. Chesteron said: "If there were no God, there would be no atheists."