“The consequence model, the logical one, the amoral one, the one which refuses any divine intervention, is a problem really for just the (hypothetical) logician. You see, towards God I would rather be grateful for Heaven (which I do not deserve) than angry about Hell (which I do deserve). By this the logician within must choose either atheism or theism, but he cannot possibly through good reason choose anti-theism. For his friend in this case is not at all mathematical law: the law in that ‘this equation, this path will consequently direct me to a specific point’; over the alternative and the one he denies, ‘God will send me wherever and do it strictly for his own sovereign amusement.’ The consequence model, the former, seeks the absence of God, which orders he cannot save one from one’s inevitable consequences; hence the angry anti-theist within, ‘the logical one’, the one who wants to be master of his own fate, can only contradict himself – I do not think it wise to be angry at math.” ― Criss Jami, Healology