I'm putting together a Witch Hunter Inquisitor with the Black Powder Inquisition for an Adventure Path campaign, but I'm not quite sure which gods would be particularly interested in counting a zealous opponent of 'black magic and foul sorcery' (defined much more broadly than is the norm around Golarion...) within their ranks? Even better if it's a deity for whom Black Powder makes sense as well, though I suspect I can justify that under any faith with some biographical gymnastics.
Edit: I guess I wasn't sufficiently clear; what throws me is trying to design a character who is inherently suspicious and distrustful of the arcane in broad strokes, while still being tied to the worship of one of the deities in a world which is so thoroughly magical. None of them really scream out as being particularly good places for 'militant suspicion' in quite the same way as, say... the Faerunian Triad could. I'm looking for a deity where it'd be perfectly normal for a devout follower to vaguely acknowledge that there might somewhere in the world, be a wizard who isn't evil... but doubts it.
What faith would a character like this most likely find themselves enmeshed in?