Can it be so difficult to accept that fact that not everyone needs an omnipresent, vengeful father figure to make them be good? I find it depressing that Christians and other theists seem to be motivated to be good only by the idea that retribution will be visited upon them if they aren't kind and giving. What does that say about their true moral fiber? One more thing. If these people really possessed "Faith", they wouldn't be so offended by someone who doesn't share it. According to the writings of their own leaders, they should view these challenges as cause to reaffirm their own beliefs. How weak is a God who can't stand up to the challenge of a billboard?