God created everything.
The Story: Jesus came, died, came back to life, promised to come back again.
World slowly gets worse.
Revelation (End times, whatever you want to call it)
Epilogue: We all go to heaven, Amen.
As an ex-English major, maybe an English major (?), I deem this play a comedy.
I always knew God had a sense of humor. I just never thought it extended this far.
In February of 2010, I wrote the following passage in "The Best Story Ever Told," which was one of my VP's:
"The other day, we were reading Paradise Lost in English class, and I was thinking, Why did God put the tree in the Garden in the first place? If He hadn't, none of this would have ever happened.
Since I'm a writer, I came to the following conclusion: Because is He hadn't, there would be no story!"
(I wrote a poem that goes with this VP, it's on my Goodreads titled "The Director.")
Now in 2012, I'm hit with this again, except now I know what genre the play's in. It's a comedy. It's a series of events that are absurd and ridiculous, and things are gradually getting worse toward the turning point. But the ending, what makes a comedy a comedy, is going to be a good one.