FILLING THE VOID

Last year a nationwide bus campaign in England spread the word that there is no God. If you were travelling in London, you might have seen the slogan "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life" splashed across a red double-decker. The campaign was backed by the nation's most famous atheists.

According to the British Humanist Association, or BHA, between 30 and 40 percent of the population in Britain have nonreligious beliefs, with a higher figure, between 60 and 65 percent, in young people. Hanne Stinson of the BHA was quoted as saying, "People can lead a happy, enjoyable and rewarding life without religion."

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