By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent
CHICAGO (Worthy News)-- Atheists in Illinois intend to place secular public displays near nativity scenes this Christmas, according to TheBlaze.
The Chicago chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation has already posted a large, illuminated scarlet "A" -- standing for "Atheist" -- along with banners celebrating the winter solstice and the Bill of Rights in Chicago's Daley Center Plaza.
FFRF has also collaborated with the Chicago Coalition of Reason to distribute a multitude of secular messages to outnumber all the religious symbols commemorating Christmas.
Among the messages will be a banner that asks: "Are you good without God? Millions are!"
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