Assassins Themes

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God's Will

The character's desire to do God's will is an apparent theme in this story, with Rayford's personal struggle the most prevalent. Rayford wants to be the one who kills Carpathia. Carpathia's death is prophesied and Rayford has no doubt that it's going to come to pass, and so he really wants to be the person to make that happen. As he works to insert himself into that scene, he questions his motives and comes to realize that it's his desire and that it might not be God's will at all. He finally puts himself in a position to fire on Carpathia and awaits God's instruction. It's only when he puts himself completely in God's will that he finds the peace that has eluded him in recent months leading up to the event. Another character looking to find God's will is, ironically, Chaim Rosenzweig. Chaim hears God's call...

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