God’s existence raises the question about the relation between the cosmos and its Creator. In this readable, historically based discussion, the author takes up the question of God’s existence and the three possible answers to the above question. He argues in favour of one of them and shows the implications for the welfare of the environment.
The foreign mage Heliodore settled in Traipse because it was a safe place devoid of magic. A refuge from the sorcerers who hunted her for her power. Although it did seem odd that the Traipseni still worshipped their god Nicabar hundreds of years after he'd vanished . . .