Super guitar hero Eric Clapton is the latest person in an ever-lengthening line of people to become totally brassed-off by the athiests.
In denying the existence of God, which has become a synonymous nickname for this great man and one of the world's greatest rock guitarists, they are in essence denying the existence of Eric Clapton.
Eric was said to be less than pleased, especially as tickets for his annual residency at the Royal Albert Hall in London have been selling extremely well.
At a recent press conference, he emphatically expressed the opinion that he does indeed exist, and demonstrated the fact by playing tracks from his '461 Ocean Boulevard', 'Slowhand' and 'Unplugged' albums.
To add proof of his existence, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, his fellow musicians from Cream, emphatically supported the existence of Eric. Even the Queen added her support by saying that if Eric didn't exist, she would have already asked for the CBE back that she gave him in 1994.
Although she did say, before anyone asked, that she wouldn't go as far as to change her title to "Supreme Governor of the Church of England and Eric Clapton". However, she further added that she loved the guitar licks on 'Layla', saying that it was the Duke of Edinburgh's favourite track when he played Guitar Hero on the Royal PS3.