The mortal a god designates as his/her terrestrial agent must embody his/her patron's philosophy and outlook and represent this to all and sundry. Whether it be by word or deed, active evangelization or more passive conversation with the curious seeker.
The priest embodies the divine's will and being among all mortal kind, but more importantly from our point of view, does so toward the divine as well. Tukar has the freedom to act as he will and has understood that he is expected to bear the consequences of his decisions. How he has conducted himself in relation to recently is not compatible with my vision of a priest and so his progress on that path has been delayed. I do not condone insults against a divine and I have made that clear.
Were that all divine set so high criteria. I can not fault Fatalus' humility before the divine but I can not reconcile his frequent actions with those few qualities I respect in you. I would say that your realm has clouded your discernment, but you would likely say the night obscures your agenda and Fatalus' qualities from me.
Proteus, god of the sea
Written by my hand on the 15th of Skyelong, in the year 1221.