Imagine an existence without a heaven or hell. No gods or demons. Just our thoughts and free will. In this existence all life is interconnected and interactive within a greater consciousness.
In contrast to Marlowe and Goethe, Deschauer presents a cosmology and existence that is both individual and whole, flesh and soul. Free will clashes with destiny, mortal with immortal. It aims to justify the ways of God to humankind in an existence devoid of God. Yet the inescapable construct of God, anti-God and myth are embraced by humanity in its search to find meaning within our reality.