If you walked through Morehead State University in Kentucky yesterday afternoon, you would’ve seen one very loud preacher urging everyone to accept Jesus (or else)… and a whole bunch of students listening very, very carefully.
It’s not because they heard anything convincing. It’s because the school’s Secular Student Alliance handed out Bingo cards to passers-by. Anyone who wanted to play could mark off their own boxes if the preacher said things like “Evolution is a lie,” “Adam & Steve,” or accused someone of sinning.
The Free Space in the middle? “Yelling.” (Obviously.)
My favorite part of the video is when the camera pans left to reveal the students.
Here’s a sample of one of the Bingo cards:
There were 10 cards in all, edited by the group’s president Kayla Bowen using a template from the Campus Freethinkers at Georgia Tech.
Nice cooperation, a great way to poke fun at a ridiculous preacher without interfering with his free speech, and an entertaining way to advertise the atheist group’s regular meetings.
You can see other Street Preacher Bingo templates here and here.