I do not have that kind of belief. With this book, I explore answers to many questions I have had, such as: Is there a God? Is there life after death? What is virtue and what does one do if they believe that a god does not show virtue?
The characters in my book cannot get any answers from the Christian God. So they ask a saint, instead.
St. Peter turns out to be a reasonable person who listens to and converses with non-believers. If he does not know the answer to a question, he says, "I don't know." He shows a willingness to change his mind even on deeply-held beliefs when shown valid evidence.
Believers in Christianity are not criticized in St. Peter's Choice. But believers and non-believers alike will see an articulate case against the supposed God of this religion.