Reader Likundu was in San Fernando (Spain) and took a picture of a tile mosaic on the wall of an old building. On it were two well-known figures:
On the left? Flamenco singer Camarón de la Isla.
On the right? Jesus Nazareno.
Not just Jesus, mind you, but Jesus Nazareno, a wooden sculpture that people take out on procession during the holy week.
Are the two equal in the eyes of the locals?
Should they be worshipped together?
Is it idolatry?
Any explanation would be appreciated
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