The Road Gospel

“Είναι ο Θεός πρόθυμος να αποτρέψει το κακό, αλλά δεν είναι σε θέση;
Τότε δεν είναι παντοδύναμος
Είναι ο Θεός ικανός, αλλά δεν το επιθυμεί;
Τότε είναι κακόβουλος
Είναι ο Θεός ούτε μπορεί ούτε θέλει;
Τότε δεν είναι ο Θεός.”
-Written on the inside cover
“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then it is not omnipotent
Is God able but not willing?
Then it is malevolent
Is God neither able nor willing?
Then it is not God”
-Translation of above. Similar to a quote by Epicurus, except for the pronouns.

The first page is burned and bloodstained into unreadability.
The Infrastructure is the key. Follow the highways, hear the Road Gospel. The blood is life. The map is fiction. The map is the story. Representation is a lie. The infrastructure is where it should be, or perhaps it not. Is perfection possible? What is the margin for error in omniscience and omnipotence?
There is an incomprehensible mathematical formula including symbols in Greek, Hebrew, and an unknown language.
Following the first page is a folded map, nearly falling apart at the seams, marked with symbols similar to the unknown text from the math formula.

Upon flipping to the last page, you find words in English.
Trapped in the Gate. The guardian knows I am here. I cannot leave until he is dead. If I fail, all the others here will die as well. Escape is a last resort. I have found what the petra is vulnerable to. He is trapped as well.

The Road Gospel

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