The American Humanist Association, which has run ads critical of God and the national motto, launched a nationwide campaign Tuesday that directly challenges the Bible and the Quran.

In its largest marketing endeavor, AHA plans to spend at least $200,000 toward television, newspaper and bus ads promoting secular humanist values by putting them head-to-head with what the group calls “biblical morality and fundamentalist Christianity.”

Last year, the group ran “No God? No Problem!” bus ads for its national holiday ad campaign. But this time around, the group is taking it a step further to show “that secular humanist values are consistent with mainstream America and that fundamentalist religion has no right to claim the moral high ground.”

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