Sloganizing Atheism: Scribble Scribble

Today we have another submission from Louise, who is knocking them out of the park:

Me? I’m fingerpainting with FSM.

To learn about the thoughts behind Sloganizing Atheism, read this brief post. In the comments you can add your own response or atheist/secular alternative to the sign o’ the day. Submit original photos with captions/response/secular alternatives to [email protected]

As I mentioned in the first Sloganizing Atheism post, there may be prizes and/or internet points awarded for involvement at some point. I think we hit this with the last Jesus Is _____ Sloganizing Atheism. Keep your eyes open for a post in the next few days about how the whole prize/internet points/recognition deal-eo is going to work (this is code for I haven’t quite worked it out yet.)

EDIT/UPDATE (5/21/12): I had no idea that Sunday was Everybody Draw Mohammed Day. This would have tied in nicely with that theme of the sign. Thanks to those of you who emailed and gave me a heads up. I wasn’t alluding to EDMD, I was completely unaware that it had arrived.

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Sloganizing Atheism: Scribble Scribble
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53 thoughts on “Sloganizing Atheism: Scribble Scribble

  1. 1

    Drawn.. and quartered by Jesus for not believing?

    Have they heard of Scribblenauts? Very fun. Probably Satan would approve if it existed.

    And many more… so many options here, as usual.

  2. 5

    (In all seriousness, they’re using weird grammar in the service of their metaphor. The preposition they should be using is “to,” not “by.” Also, it’s not a very good fit to start with a passive idea and end with an active idea as the undesirable one. Scribbling with Satan actually sounds kind of fun, whereas if you’re drawn by Jesus, you’re just sitting there while Jesus does all the work.)

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