I drive my wife to work in the morning. This morning I had the delightful surprise of reading “There’s probably no God: Now Stop Worrying and Enjoy Your Life” on the side of a street car. First of all, who’s worrying? Second of all, and more importantly, we’re supposed to stop worrying based upon a mere probability? Pardon my snicker. If God probably doesn’t exist, then he just as probably does. If that’s the case and we all stop worrying, we’re all, to put it mildly, up a creek. I wonder if this is endemic to Canadian atheists? We Canadians have our opinions, but don’t always like to force them on people – hence the “probably” to take the wind out of critics’ sails. Is this the atheists way of being inclusive? Gotta let those agnostics in there too!
I am reminded of the words of Psalm 14:1, “The fool says in his heart, there is no God.” This verse has been reaffirmed in my mind today as I gazed happily at the side of a TTC Red Rocket. For more info about the bus campaign, check out Athiest Bus.