Now you've got this problem of this kind of self-aware force that is kind of its own volition and... I guess it uses human beings, we use it far more, but doesnt that become kind of what people mean when they say that god works throuigh people, god only works through the channel of human beings..... and this is where the crisis of faith comes in. at this point in the narrative you have the physical split of the death (and we're not sure whose death yet) and the other half of the split in what I call... for lack of a better term... an alternate timeline. and in this timeline i wanted this character to be confronted with the crisis of faith in the sense where.... it's the crisis of depersonalization, the crisis of not being able to form a narrative out of your thoughts, so this charatcer is going to be reliving parts of his life but it will be in a bizarro sense where hell know something is a little off but wont be able to wrap his hands around it first. so you have the god crisis going on ... the crisis of faith: not how you usually think of it where a beliver is being tempted with non belief but a non believer being tempted with belief. now this is going on in the quote unquote real timeline and in the alt time line you have the crisis of personal narrative: one person depending on basically the integrity of one's own memory and brian to construct a narrative and a person, essentially, so this is where it starts to fall apart for our hero.