More questionable theology from the behavioral manifestations at Emblems, Inc.: for those who haven't read the first two stories, this is third in an allegorical fantasy series that began with "Emblems, Inc." and continued with "Emblematic Behavior." In it, we learn a bit more about Emblems, Inc., and the hard-working entities in its employ. Some folks have enjoyed my playing fast and loose with medieval Christian imagery, but if you're not one of ‘em, you'll probably be pleased to read that this is the planned finale.
The tale has been rattling around my noggin since I finished "Behavior" back in 1996, though I really didn't get to starting it until Summer of this year. It was been written for the web page.