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Der liebe Gott sieht aus wie ein Elefant,…

Der liebe Gott sieht aus wie ein Elefant, oder? : Kinder machen sich ein…

by Gaby von Thun

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This is a collection of pictures and short descriptions (usually in the children's handwriting) that children wrote in answer to questions about religion (Guardian angels, God, prayer. I particularly liked the (moslem) child who answered, 'In my religion we don't make pictures of God.' There was a big / where the picture should have been. The elephant answer was by a hindu child, and was a lot less emphatic than the title.

An interesting idea, but the results were rather boring.
  MarthaJeanne | May 21, 2013 |
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