Warren Vanhetloo: Your assignment is to explain clearly the heat and the force of the atom bomb over Hiroshima to a sixth grade class . . . You soon realize you face two difficulties: Are there words and pictures sufficient to impress on them the magnitude of the heat and power involved? Are sixth graders capable of comprehending the concepts you intend to present? Those are the very problems God had to deal with to inform humans of the suffering of Hell: inadequate verbal terms and immature mental comprehension.