AMERICAN HUMANIST ASSOCIATION
Ad Campaign Promotes Godless Morality
The American Humanist Association announced a new advertising campaign this week promoting morality without religion that will feature ads on more than 200 District Metrobuses.
"Why believe in a god?" the ad reads. "Just be good for goodness' sake."
Humanist leaders say they believe it is the first ad campaign of its kind in the United States. It follows plans announced by atheists in London to place bus ads that say "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life," starting in January.
The D.C. exterior bus ads will start Tuesday and interior posters will go up Dec. 1 on Northwest and Southeast D.C. buses.
The ads will direct people to an informational Web site, http:/
-- Jacqueline L. Salmon
Challenge Issued to Married Couples
Marriage is the only right place for sex, says Ed Young, senior pastor of the Grapevine, Tex.-based Fellowship Church. So he's encouraging married couples to celebrate by having sex every day for a week starting tomorrow.
Society tells people to have sex promiscuously, Young said. So the church, he said, should preach the message to enjoy sex as God intends: in a marriage between a man and a woman.