Lisa: Do you believe in God John?
John: That’s an interesting question do I believe in God. I don’t believe in life after death.
Lisa: Do you believe in God?
John: Well I don’t believe in life after death, I don’t know how you'd define it really.
Lisa: Are you agnostic, are you atheist?
This is a simply appalling line of questioning. It's one thing for a politician to go out in public and talk about god, but being asked about it is downright rude. John Key's religious beliefs are between him and his conscience, and no-one else's business at all. To even be asked about them smacks of a US-style religious test for politicians (though given the context, one based on secularism rather than religious belief, which is just as bad). And that is simply not something I want to see established here.