The ways of God and man...and buses

Indiana Atheists seeking to advertise on public buses were recently handed a disappointing decision by Bloomington Transit. The public transportation provider refused to allow their message, "You can be good without God" to be installed on buses, stating that it was "too controversial." On behalf of the Indiana Atheist Bus Company, the American Civil Liberties Union is preparing to file a lawsuit against Bloomington on First Amendment grounds.

It seems interesting that atheists are trying to connect themselves to public transportation. After all, there really hasn't been much written on the relationship between various religions and their modes of transportation. Jesus walked everywhere, at least when He wasn't riding a donkey, and the same could easily be said of Abraham, Moses, Siddhartha, and Mohammed. For that matter, the religious figures who are famous for their cars also tend to be famous for their questionable accounting methods.