Christians have to do something to make their message known, if your article is anything to go by. It says the advertisements ''do not make explicit mention of God''. Yet the examples given are, ''Hey, thanks for the beach, Jesus'', ''Thank you, Jesus, for birds that look like they're wearing pants'' and ''Thank you, Jesus, for looking after my mum now that I can't.'' There are three explicit mentions of God right there.
Sandy McMillan, Wagga Wagga
Good on you Sandy. The letter is actually better than the advertising campaign it is supporting, having reached several hundred thousand people with the message of Jesus' divinity, at the cost of 10 minutes letter-writing. That's an excellent ROI!