On reflection I think the interview has to be fake, but I am reproducing it on my blog just in case it is a genuine scoop.
Our distinguished guest, creating life.
JOURNALIST: Welcome, God. Er, how should I address You?
GOD: Oh, don't stand on ceremony. Abba, Father, Lord, Sir, Boss - any of those will do. Even "Lord Sugar."
J: Can I assume that You are speaking as God the Father right now?
G: Yes, the doctrine of the Trinity is a little complex, but take it that I'm also speaking as God the Son to Johann Hari at the Independent, and Ruth Gledhill at the Times has booked me as God the Holy Spirit.
J: How do you see Your job? Is it a job for life, or do You think You may retire some time?
G: Oh, definitely for life, which means for ever in My case. After all, who could replace me?
J: Richard Dawkins, maybe?
Richard Dawkins cuddles another fossil for comfort.
G: Oh, poor Richard thinks he's God, but he's not got much of a clue. We converse regularly - well, I speak, and he sticks his fingers in his ears.
J: Tell us what you think of the new Pope, Sir.
G: Oh, a good man, I'm sure. A little different from Pope Benedict, of course. Perhaps it's a shame that he bundled up all his ceremonial robes and sent them to a charity shop.
You too can wear a fanon - modelled here by Pope Paul VI.
J: Many of our readers will be asking whether you are a "Traddie" or a "Liberal," Lord.
G: Ha ha ha, good question. Just think of me as being very orthodox. Can't abide those fools at the Tablet, though.
J: Oh, You read the Tablet?
G: Yes, I skim through it - when you're basically omniscient it's best to keep up with the enemy. Here's an example: TINA BEATTIE CALLS ON VATICAN TO SURRENDER. No, no, she's lost it.
J: These days, the Church seems to spend a lot of time arguing about abortion, same-sex marriage, and so forth. Any comments?
G: Oh get real. I made My views clear on those issues, centuries ago. By now everyone should have understood the basic moral principles of Christianity, and got on to more serious things like loving their neighbour.
Love your neighbour, François Hollande style. Les plods gassing les enfants de la patrie.
J: What do you think of the other burning issue of the day: the decision of the Telegraph to charge for its content?
G: Apparently, they have to pay for Geoffrey Lean to jet off to more conferences on global warming, and the airlines are threatening to charge double the price for fat people. I see their dilemma.
J: Will You pay the £1.99, O Lord?
G: No, for obvious reasons I won't need to do that. Besides, I really only read it for the cartoon and some of the blogs.
J: Do You listen to the radio?
G: Yes, I simply adore Thought for the Day. St Peter and I play this game in which we listen to Giles Fraser and count the number of theological errors, inadvertent blasphemies, and examples of sheer foolishness that he makes. I've seen St Peter rolling on the floor, laughing at some of Giles's blunders.
Giles Fraser has fans in very high places indeed.
J: One final question, Sir. Vatican II - what did you make of it?
G: Oh, it had some good points, but then some of what happened afterwards was simply hilarious. All that stuff about priests standing with their backs to Me, so that I couldn't see what they were up to. Totally clueless. And the hymns they make Me listen to these days - I do wonder why Paul Inwood and his friends hate me so much.
J: God the Father, thank You very much.
G: PAX VOBISCUM, and I'll be seeing you again in - oh, about 38 years from now.
J: Oh, er, right.