I thought my church was pretty cutting-edge when we had a dance-floor custom built for all of the wedding receptions we host. But, it looks like this church does its fair share of dancing too.
Sure hope the screen covering this sign is secure. Wouldn’t want the “n” to be replaced with a “v”. That may cause the Christian community here in town to raise a collective eyebrow.
However, if those letters were exchanged, I bet this church would be full to overflowing on Wednesday nights with people who would otherwise never grace the doors of a church.
What do Billy Graham and a statewide coalition of atheists and agnostics in North Carolina have in common? Nothing really except…
The Charlotte Atheists and Agnostics placed billboards in six North Carolina cities, including one along the Billy Graham Parkway in Charlotte. That sign, according to The Charlotte Observer, pictures an American flag and the words “One Nation Indivisible” — omitting the words “Under God,” which were added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954.
William Warren of Charlotte Atheists and Agnostics says placing the billboard along the parkway is not a criticism of the evangelist. He says the Billy Graham Parkway was simply the most visible location the North Carolina Secular Association could afford in Charlotte. The billboards are a July Fourth project to show that atheists and agnostics can be patriotic.
As you can see, however, vandals corrected the sign in an overnight sting!