Journalist, author and Patron of Humanists UK
There are, surely, two propositions on which believer and unbeliever
can get together. One: that God, should he happen to exist, is more than capable of looking after himself. Two: that as long as we’re all here,
we should concentrate on looking after each other.
Andrew Mueller is an Australian-born, London-based journalist, contributing more or less regularly toThe Financial Times, The Guardian, Esquire, Uncut, Monocle, and New Humanist, among others. He is also the author of the the books I Wouldn’t Start From Here (“…graphic, comic, bemused and properly contemptuous of faith and ideology”, according to another Humanists UK Patron Jonathan Meades) and Rock & Hard Places, and was a contributor to The Atheist’s Guide To Christmas. He also sings and plays guitar in tantalisingly obscure country band The Blazing Zoos, and has not yet ceased being amused by the fact that he appears in the index of Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion in between Mozart and Muhammad.
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