I am newly arrived, and I have been studying your ancient tomes to understand the way your world works. The oldest of these tomes is called In the Beginning, and in the first chapters the Maker tells this world’s First Fellows, Adam and Eve, that He wants them to help Him care for the world—to name everything, to help creatures and plants flourish, to be His co-regents. That is amazing! And it reminds me of Ouster Will in a way. What he did, in creating new types of creatures, was horribly abusive, but he was engaging creation as a ruler, even if not a kind ruler.
Any thoughts on this?
ouster will didn’t think the maker did a very good job when he created everything. he tried to correct the maker and caused some really bad things things to happen. Just goes to show that you should trust the maker and not lean on your own understanding
PS.if I said something that is not biblical please correct me!
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