I was never very religious, though I went to church with friends when I was young; I liked the singing. But my parents were agnostics, and I was too, once I was old enough to think about it. Henry, though… Henry was a deep-down, committed atheist. He knew there were no gods. He admitted that without proof, it was an unscientific attitude, but he just didn’t like the idea of a superior power. He always asked ‘What has god ever done for me?’ More of a DIY guy, I guess, you’d say.

The Matter of God
Start with Stones: collected stories
Published 22-Jun-2013

About the story: What if there were a literal god particle?