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Students Trade Bibles for Porn

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A group of atheists at the University of Texas at San Antonio is putting a novel twist on the toys-for-guns programs run by many urban police departments. But instead of toys, they are handing out porn in exchange for bibles.

"We consider the bible to be a very negative force in the history of the world," student Ryan Walker said. Walker is part of a student group that calls itself the Atheist Agenda.

Club members this week posted fliers promoting what they call the "Smut for Smut" campaign, then set up a table in the student union to collect religious materials and pass out adult magazines such as Black Label and Playboy.

I'm sure the religious right will be horrified by this, but I wonder what they really have to say other than outrage. How should they respond to something like this in a way that won't just further alienate the students?


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Comments (1)

Steve Crickmore:

Paul..probably by ignoring the whole issue.. I happened to come across some more intelligent approaches to 'eternity questions', by athiests, agonistics or pagans today than those 'students' handing out 'adult material' at the U of Texas campus.


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