God tells BBC radio interviewer there are moments when he doubts the existence of Justin Welby

God has admitted to having doubts about the existence of the Archbishop of Canterbury and disclosed that on a recent morning jog with his dog he questioned how the head of the Anglican Church could possibly be an Eton educated former oil executive from Ruislip.

In a light-hearted but personal interview in front of hundreds of people in Bristol cathedral last weekend, God said:

There are moments, sure, where I think ‘how the f*ck am I expected to believe the head of the Anglican church is against pay day lenders like Wonga when the Church of England’s pension fund has invested in it‘?  I just don’t buy it. Would you?

The dramatic revelations come just months after the Church of England General Synod rejected gay marriage, pointing out that grim, unhappy marriages were a traditional cornerstone of English family life.


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