„What is the market place? Is it the secular city? Is it the factual market place, that is to say the urban inner city? Is it suburbia where all the supermarkets are? No. The market place is simply the soul of man. It is the place where man trades his soul either to God or to the devil or to the 'in between', with indifference, tepidity and complacency.“
"Living the Mandate", p. 40
The last part of the quote, about those who trade their souls to the 'in between', alludes to Rev 3:15-16.
Unfinished Pilgrimage (1995)