SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A group of atheist students at the University of Texas at San Antonio is offering to swap students pornography for their Bibles and other religious texts.
The "Smut for Smut" campaign is an annual campaign of the group Atheist Agenda at the UTSA campus. Group members contend that religious texts are, themselves, pornographic because of the violence and torture they contain and the sectarian violence they spark.
The San Antonio Express-News reports the campaign drew hundreds of students Monday to Sombrilla Plaza on the UTSA campus - supporters, protesters and the curious.
Among the protesters was self-professed Christian Robin Lorkovic, who held a cardboard sign saying, "God Loves you! Keep your Bible and learn from it."
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