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Your story has tremendous spiritual depth and the ability to stimulate diversity in personal application. For me it spoke of the fact that your protagonist need not have felt a greater burden of guilt than any of the rest of us cross-makers for whom Christ died. I felt myself wanting to reassure him with that truth. Also that because of his very sensitivity to his role as unwilling antagonist his joy was increased many fold upon recognition of his Savior.
Oh, this was very, very good. There were a few minor errors, but nothing that took away from the story as a whole. Great job.
A very good story and you brought this man to life. I would suggest that you don't need the last sentence but it is a good story just as it is. Good work!