I may soon post something on BH. It will outline a problem, and then invite everyone to 'solve' it. I will include the phrase 'You know my methods,' for I do come up with odd things. But only later will I share what I think might be a good solution. The basic idea is that in the 17th and 18th C., cathedrals were used as astronomical observatories. Holes were made in the ceilings, and meridian lines placed on the floor. Then the movement of the sun could be tracked. This helped with equinoxes and dates of Easter. I will maintain that we can glorify this, inter-personally, sociologically.
Someone wrote 'Teach me!'. This should be a new way of doing so.
I pray you find it valuable.
Love in King Jesus,