“Does God care if I’m gay?” ads pulled from TTC

Christian group Bus Stop Bible Studies takes down ad after complaints. The Christian group running an ad campaign on the TTC has pulled a poster that asks “Does God care if I’m gay?”.

Bus Bible Studies Mockup

The website listed at the bottom of the ad went to a page that stated, in part, “We know from passages throughout Scripture that God hates homosexual acts….” It was part of a campaign of 24 religious questions being posed by Bus Stop Bible Studies, a Toronto-based group that runs transit ads in a number of Ontario cities, TheStar.com reports.

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It was xtra.ca that wrote this Wednesday, last week while I was on Queen West walking to the Beaver for lunch, a Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) streetcar rumbled by, its side emblazoned with a bright blue advertisement. The ad read, “Does God care if I’m gay?” and encouraged viewers to text “whycare” to 74747 to find an answer. It’s part of a new campaign by Bus Stop Bible Studies (BSBS), a charity that posts bible passages on public transit.

PictureBus Stop Bible Studies (BSBS) Mockup since they deleted the original campaign image from their website.