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(CNN) — In one of the most unusual interviews ever on British TV, a prominent atheist is trying her hand at being a minister.
Nigel Packwood, who also appears on the “Big Breakfast” show and as a presenter of the BBC Channel 4 programme “Ask Nigel,” said he intended to run for parliament.
“I was going to say to you today I’d be happy to serve as a minister,” he said in an interview on the “Good Morning Britain” television show. “But God didn’t say, ‘I don’t like the way that you look and I want you to look another way.'”
“I’m not the kind of man to back down from any situation,” the 52-year-old told the interviewer.
The interview with Packwood comes after he caused an international uproar by suggesting there is some validity to the existence of the supernatural and that belief in God shouldn’t be a taboo.
The remarks were made at the beginning of a two-part interview with an atheist called James Delingpole in the Sunday Times magazine.
Nigel: ‘What is God?’
Packwood, who was “born an Anglican Protestant,” said he found himself to be “convinced” that science “had proven” that God existed.
Nigel Packwood was “convinced” that science had proved that there was a God.
“I was pretty excited,” he said of the evidence. “And I’m not just coming on these things to have fun. There’s a real sense of, oh, if we keep asking questions that this can happen.”
But he added: “I don’t know if there is a single human being out there whose thoughts, who can answer all these questions that I’ve put on the table.
“I also think, and this is actually what I’d put in the manifesto, that I would be willing to be a minister.”
At the start of both parts he said that if he won he wouldn’t serve Parliament because religious people are “very uncomfortable around other people in authority who they think are religious — and I think they’re absolutely right.”
He said he hoped to be a minister but “if God had said, ‘I don’t like
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