San Francisco, CA – The taxi alternative company, Uber, announced this week it would start delivering bibles to Atheists during their lunch breaks from work. What started as a service to transport people, more recently began transporting puppies and pizza as well. Now in a partnership with Kirk Cameron and Gideons International, Uber will be able to bring scripture to those in need.
“We want to make sure that everyone knows we’re more than just a transportation company; we’re an innovative 21st century company for the people!” Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick, said in a recent interview. “People need a ride somewhere, but they also need puppies and food delivered to them. So we had to think, what else can we bring to our customers? Maybe something they didn’t even know they needed. And that’s when Kirk [Cameron] said we need to just throw bibles at people while they’re trying to eat lunch. The man is brilliant!”
Uber will begin delivering bibles on Monday, August 29th in the form of the NIV, the NKJV, and The Message, as well as the abbreviated pocket sized Gideon bibles that will include only the New Testament plus Proverbs and Psalms. Bibles will be available to order via the Uber app in addition to being dropped off for unsuspecting Atheists. When asked how he came up with the idea, Cameron stated, “One day I just had a revelation…”