How can the current, socially unacceptable
message that "God is Imaginary", compete with the current, socially acceptable
message "People that don't believe in Jesus Christ's divinity are going to spend an eternity in Hell!"? This latter message, can be found somewhere on America's "public" AM radio dial, 24/7, and that is not
an exaggeration. It is a long way off before the equivalent "God is Imaginary" message, will be given an equal footing in that "public", freedom of speech arena.
The Why Won't God Heal Amputees
, and God is Imaginary
sites, have great suggestions for "spreading the word", but I would like to propose another idea.
The one big negative, up front, is the litter potential (by angry "mythologists"
Here's the idea...
Produce a printable page of say 24 1-1/2"x1-1/2" "God is Imaginary", "Jesus is Imaginary", or both, easy to remove (cling-on), clear window decals. They could be slapped on to any suitable surface (teacher's dry erase board), or, if "reverse imaged"... car windshields.
With printable "templates" and instructions on the internet, interested "campaigners" could purchase these printable decals
, and away they could go.
As I stated, this could present some problems - potential for litter, and potential for altercations with superstitious recipients, chief among them. Decal "planters" would have to be very sneaky indeed - "sneaky" like the revolutionists
, during the American Revolution, that distributed Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" pamphlet. There is, afterall, no doubt
that those revolutionists had to "plant" those pamphlets anonymously, and with great haste.