Now, another protest against the atheist bus, this time from a christian bus driver, who is taking exception to the phrase "There’s probably no god…".
The bus company apparently will endeavour to ensure that Mr Heather won’t have to drive one of these buses. So, I suppose end of story. Except of course, I spend much of my atheist existence being popped at by bizarre religious ramblings, not least via my morning radio listening, which is invariably polluted by "Thought for the Day". If you are really keen to listen, you can do so here.
Pressure group Christian Voice has questioned the campaign’s effectiveness but the Methodist Church said it would be a "good thing if it gets people to engage with the deepest questions of life" and suggested it showed there was a "continued interest in God". [from the BBC news item]
Mind you, having loopy Christian Voice and sad bus drivers, and plagiarist religious commentators pontificating about the bus helps in the long run, by spreading publicity. The Methodists are a wee bit too sensible.