Here’s another attempted broadside from religious wackos. A comment article on the Guardian website from Andrew Brown presents a statement that "distinguished religious affairs commentator" Clifford Longley (who? Presumably this Clifford Longley, who’s website hasn’t been updated in a while) has made, in addition to the crackpot Christian Voice, complained to the ASA about the atheist bus advert.

In an astonishingly inane piece, Longley maintains

it would be honest and true to say the opposite – "There probably is a God."

To back up this rather astonishing statement, he rehashes the altogether discredited anthropic principle, and thereby demonstrates the intellectual vacuum at the heart of his argument. This is easily demolished by the first commenter to Brown’s blog.

The lightweight nature of the pro-god people is usually quite distinctive, and this is no stronger than the Christian Voice attack