A new atheist promotion will see buses on London streets bearing the slogan "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life."
Apart from the fact that claiming that there is "probably" no God as opposed to "possibly" is something which even Einstein and Darwin would not subscribe to - they preferred agnosticism rather than atheism as they believed, rightly, that there was just no way of knowing. And as the chances of the universe happening, this planet forming and going on to bear life all by accident are so indescribably remote as to be virtually none, the assertion that there was "probably" no Creator is a massive assumption.
The thing that bugs me about it far more than any of this is that the claim goes against every liberal progressive doctrine. Using this slogan as a guide you could come up with many equally or even more pertinent statements.
For example - "You're probably not going to crash your car today, so don't wear your seat belt and enjoy the freedom."
Or - "There probably isn't a paedophile waiting at the school gates, so stop worrying and let little Tommy walk home all by himself".
The point is that it in a sane world, it would be every one's right to make their own mind up about these things - but liberals insist on imposing their rules on us. So they make us wear seat belts in cars and crash helmets on motorbikes even though we probably won't crash.
Anyway - a prize* to the commenter with the best slogan along the lines of the British Humanist Association's anti-God slogan that demonstrates the hypocrisy of liberal progressives.
* There probably isn't a prize, but stop worrying and have a go anyway.