At first I steered clear of the church, having a sort of 'poetry religion,' but a Christian can't develop much on 'poetry religion.' We all need the religion of ordinary people and the love of other converts. That's why, in the end, I went back to church; to worship around people who don't like poetry. It's a good discipline. I can't put myself apart from them as someone very special. As a convert I am just an odinary believer, worshipping the same Lord as they do.
Jack Clemo, in A Different Drummer, TV documentary, BBC 1980, quoted on page 122 of Imagine, by Steve Turner.