Historian Thomas Scribner experiences the Guardians’ threatened final action in New York City. The devastation is the nightmare to end all nightmares. He awakens. The mark of the Creator is on him. His mission is real. He hopes he is up to saving humankind.
One day earlier, Thomas Scribner stands before a panel of seven judges, Guardians of the Universes. He has been summoned to witness the court’s investigation into conditions on Earth. The seven Guardians question an eighth, Earth’s creator on how it all evolved. Creator requests permission to tell his story from the beginning. The Guardians allow it. Creator tells all and a debate ensues. Thomas is invited to participate and suggests a course of action.
Scribner’s suggestion to bring the “Words of the Creator” to humankind in a book is accepted. Scribner and Creator meet one-on-one. The Guardian provides a Credo with Corollaries for Earht’s inhabitants to follow. They discuss it at length. Thomas is concerned mainly about the statement denying the existence of a personal God and the one casting out the demands of religion. However, Creator is adamant about the harm religion has wrought.
Thomas embarks on a 25-year mission to save humanity. He recruits the men and women to help him in his efforts to communicate the message of “Words of the Creator.” They become close and, along the way, marry, have children, and address family issues.
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Allen Pollens has been telling stories his whole life. His children and grandchildren were ready audiences who assumed he could deliver a new tale on demand. Generally, he did. In addition to "Creator," Allen Pollens has published four other books in less than ten months: "Starfish Chronicles,"
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