The signs in Iowa have been a source of frustration and anxiety for many Iowa residents.
The signs are placed in public places, such as churches and universities, to encourage the public to believe in the existence of God.
But some atheists have taken issue with the placement of the signs.
The Atheist Writers Group is trying to change the law so that signs can’t be displayed in public.
This week, the group will host a public hearing on the matter at the Iowa State Capitol in Ames.
Iowa Atheists will host the hearing Thursday, Sept. 13 at 5 p.m. at the Capitol, located at 2120 W. State St. In addition to the public hearing, the Atheist Group is holding a public forum on the issue in which people can share their own stories and experiences.
If you have questions about the signs, you can contact the Atheists group at 319-942-7115.
The group is seeking donations for the cost of the public meeting.
The Iowa Atheist group was founded in 2009 by a group of atheists who have been fighting against discrimination against them for more than a decade.
They now have more than 100 chapters across the state, and the group’s mission is to advocate for the rights of atheists in Iowa.
They believe that the government should not force people to believe that there is a God, a religion or a higher power.