I will be honest, I didn't expect that.
I'm an atheist. I love studying religion, though. It's a fascinating subject, and as I'm able to look at them all equally I can dive into various theories without being offended. "A Servant of Wisdom" is based on one of those theories. One there are some problems with, and it's not the majority opinion of most Biblical scholars, but it's a fun one. Well worth exploring in a fictional sex tale.
Each of the first two chapters has gotten the dreaded '1' vote.
I'll be curious to see if this keeps up. My gay tale only got two of those total, one at the start and one at the end. Given I did put a warning in the description, I wonder if the problem is that most Christians don't consider themselves worshipers of the God of Abraham. After all, they worship Jesus :)