Posted on April 29, 2012
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I have seen several churches in Maastricht, and I think this one is the Church of St James. I walked around this church a lot, and even walked up to the church several times.
Yet, each time I found that the composition that I liked the most, is the scene of the church from across the river. There is a nice restaurant there, with glass fronting. It’s a nice place to sit and have coffee or lunch, while looking over the river and gently being reminded of God’s presence.
Oddly, I could not find anything that told me the history of the church, or anything about it’s architecture, and I find this odd. This is a structure that completely dominates the landscape, and yet it is very hard to find anything about it.
Things can indeed be odd.
God’s presence. Why do we need a place of worship to be reminded of the presence of God? If a God does indeed exist, and I doubt this, then this God must reside in nature, and no where else.
Still, on a bright day, the church looks fantastic. It looks really beautiful at night as well.
Posted on April 15, 2012
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