Aberingi's long-running topic entitled "Do we need a Universal Atheist Symbol?" leads me to ask "Do we need a Universal Atheist Motto?".

Well, perhaps we don't, or perhaps we could, but some theists might get deservedly irritated if we chose to use something like "In Darwin we trust" at appropriate moments.
These words, suitably translated into other languages, have a basic international atheist appeal with respect to truth and helpful anti-theist sabre-rattling and debating.
e.g. they might look good on the side of a bus/ coach.

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How about something simple like, "Atheism: For Goodness and Free Thought"
Yes, that's positively instructive at the same time--teaching the godbots what we are really about.
This is very good. It is the positive type message that we need to send and is even positive in speaking against indoctrination.
We don't have to please a god,
Atheist are good for nothing.

....uh ...maybe not.
and it is small enough for a bumper sticker. Maybe we should start a line of bumper stickers... we have lots of good ideas.
or "Jesus Saves, - just a worn-out bumper sticker."
Better yet, "Jesus Saves, - but God Swallows."
That would get your car all the wrong attention, but I would support it.
"Thinking is free; free-thinking is the best."
How about: "atheism is just a non-prophet organization"
I can support that.




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