The bottom line of this view is that their Cosmos needs a Cosmos-creator just as much as a chair needs a carpenter to make it and all their chairs should also be made by one carpenter and no one else.
The other problem is that the Dastoor Kotwal line is also a polished one. Jafarey is correct that it is not in accord with the Gathas, but who cares about that? (At least I don’t) The problem with them is that they are more Dualists than Monists. I do not want to believe in a spirit of evil having a primary existence in the cosmos and they do.
Other than the monotheistic or dualist theology represented by Jafarey or Kotwal, we have a line of Monist thinking best represented by Hallaj. After the fall of the Sassanians, we see that many great thinkers of the Persian lineage (Hallaj amongst them) were tormented, killed, Tajlid (skinned alive), or Moslle (small parts of their body amputated to make them suffer the longest until death) and for the worst part, all their books and writings collected and burned with utmost severity by the Caliphs of Baghdad. The accusation against these thinkers was not being Gabrs or Zoroastrians, but that they were Molhed, Dahri, Zandigh, Moshrek, and several other names. Each one of these names points to a school of theology and all of them date to pre-Islamic times. Enough evidence has survived the Caliph’s massacres to tell us what these schools of thought were. It is amongst them that we can find the strongest evidence for a Monist Mazdaic religious philosophy.
We have much work to do to prove our points while the work of Jafarey or Kotwal has been done for them. We have as much a chance for changing their minds as we have for changing the mind of the Pope regarding the virgin birth.