In the Vonopean Book of Wisdom, there are two verses that are attributed to the saints, the first to Saint Zenopau, the second to the Rogue Saint, Eclesian. The first tells us: "The identity of God changes, as his children unseat him. Each generation, we come under the hand of a fledgling deity who has gained his power through fratricide. This explains why God is clumsy and why his wisdom has never equaled that of his creations: He never had a full lifetime in which to learn."
The second verse, in the words of Eclesian, explains: "We can rejoice in our humanity, for there will