"Unsurprisingly, the campaign has struck a nerve among God-fearing commuters, prompting around 200 complaints to Britain's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which regulates commercials here.
"A few religious people have complained to the ASA, which seems rather odd, as if they (the ASA) will be able to make a judgment about the evidence on that sort of issue," said Peter Cave, chair of the Humanist Philosopher's Group, which advises the British Humanist Association."
Agnostics and atheists have always been around. And, in the West, we celebrate free speech. Rest assured that atheists cannot prove an absolute negative, and agnostics must rely on faith that their doubt is correct.
I'll simply leave you with a more well known slogan: "The fool has said in his heart, "There is no God."