Ariane Sherine
Ariane Sherine is a journalist, comedy writer and campaigner. She is the editor of the celebrity charity anthology The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas (HarperCollins) which raised nearly £60,000 for the UK HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust. Her latest campaign is Give Just One Thing, and she is the author of the free eBook Give: How to Be Happy. She writes regularly for the Guardian, and is @arianesherine on Twitter.

Entries by Ariane Sherine

Give Me A Sign

(3) Comments | Posted 9 August 2015 | (23:22)

I first saw the sign on a fresh April morning, when I was running in Kentish Town, north London. From a distance, it looked just like an ordinary house sign put up by estate agents, located as it was outside a smart Victorian townhouse. It was only as I neared...

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Why God Loves Gays

(71) Comments | Posted 2 October 2014 | (00:00)


When I last interviewed Facebook superstar GOD, his fans had just raised thousands to give his newly-bereaved father a holiday. A year later, they've raised almost $100,000 on GOD's IndieGogo page to fund a series of 'GOD LOVES GAYS'...

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My Interview With God

(20) Comments | Posted 28 January 2014 | (12:53)

If I told you I'd interviewed God, you'd probably think I'd gone more crackers than a box of Jacob's. After all, as the famous quote goes, "If you talk to God, you're religious; if He talks to you, you're psychotic".

You might be a bit less worried if I...

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How Plausible Is a Good Person?

(9) Comments | Posted 18 December 2013 | (12:06)

"How plausible is a good atheist?" asked Christian Today last week. Given that most people in Britain are de facto atheists, living their lives with only a desultory nod to religion, the question might as well have been "How plausible is a good person?" (The answer, I feel,...

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