Atheist billboard goes up in Moscow Idaho
July 1, 7:42 PM - by Trina Hoaks

A new billboard has gone up in Moscow, Idaho. It was put up by the American Humanist Association (AHA). The billboard reads, "Want a better world? Prayer not required."

This is reportedly not the first billboard to be put up by AHA. Others they have place carried the message, "Don't believe in God? You are not alone."

According to a report, Karen Frantz, a spokesperson for AHA, said, "'We want nontheists to know that there is a community out there for them and that it’s okay not to believe in a God. Many feel alienated and vilified for their lack of belief.'”

The new billboard will remain at Highway 95 and Sweet Avenue through the 1st of September.

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Woot, can't wait to see it. Too bad it'll be almost time to take it down by the time I'm back in Pullman for fall semester :(
Atheist Billboard Vandalized
Vandals have blacked out, apparently with spray paint, part of a billboard in Moscow, Idaho, that reads “Millions are good without God” so that the word “without” is unreadable. The billboard, which was placed by the American Humanist Association in mid-September, is part of an AHA advertising campaign to spread awareness about being good without God. It’s the third billboard the organization has displayed in the Moscow area and similar advertisements have been put up around the country.


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