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AHA Wins Atheist Billboard of the Year

The 2012 Atheist Billboard of the Year Is…

The votes have been tallied up and here are your picks for the top five atheist billboards from 2012! Keep in mind that votes were given to the best, most controversial, and most talked about billboards — not just the ones that garnered the most media attention or were the most hotly debated.


#1) With 676 votes: American Humanist Association: “Kids Without God” (Washington, D.C. and Moscow, Idaho — November, 2012):


This campaign tackled both childhood indoctrination and the idea that God is imaginary. Both ideas are controversial enough on their own. When combined, it was hard for religious people to ignore. (Not to mention: any time you anger the Creation Museum’s Ken Ham, you’ve probably done something right.)

To read this entire article from the Friendly Atheist, click here.