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Atheist advertisement planned for Super Bowl ruffles some feathers Comments

Atheism and atheists have begun to make themselves more visible in mainstream American life. Billboards, bumper stickers and occasional radio and TV ads exhorting others to cast off religious beliefs have become more common in the current landscape. Atheistic belief will now be visible at that most American of all institutions, the Super Bowl. A billboard nearby the stadium will read, "A 'Hail Mary' only works in football." The ... Continue Reading

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  1. John
    1 year ago

    If there is No God, as the atheists believe, whom are they fighting??? Scripture says, " the fool said there is No God".

  2. ucfengr
    1 year ago

    I "Hail Mary" doesn't hurt anybody.It makes you wonder (rhetorically speaking) why atheists would be worried that somebody somewhere is praying.

  3. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    Anything that denigrates our Blessed Mother is only blasphemy and will result in their damnation.


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