Namibia, September 2005
Expressive arts classes for first to eight grade students
He suddenly approaches around the the corner of the road - a church. And the sight of the church gives him a shock. For what on earth is a church doing in his glorified world? What can be behind these stone walls, what means this colored light behind the windows, and what this strange sounds of music which reach his ears? All the world around has been holy, has been God's eternal nature, has been His face and and His expression. Therefore - and this is what shocks him - if there is really anything else, anything peculiar behind those walls, it could only be a matter outside God, in contrast with, or even in opposition to this eternal bliss of the all-penetrating holiness. Frederic Spiegelberg, The Religion of No-Religion, 1948