The first passage in today’s reading, “Out Heart is Restless” (CUA Primer, pages 40–41), comes from Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, and the second comes from the Confessions of Saint Augustine. This pair of passages might seem at first to be quite an odd couple, but together they turn out to tell a tale of two creators. In both passages, we hear about the situation through the voice of the created beings. What do these two created beings have in common–Augustine, created by God; and the creature made by Victor Frankenstein? How do the two creators differ?