Of course one approach to the divine is music, including Vivaldi. But one doesn't even need the arts, just nature and the universe with its beauty and horror, because virtue springs from within and is not imposed from above.
People have trouble with the word, divine, because its been hijacked and defined by the fundamentalists and literalists, and its association with a patriarchal monotheistic god. But to reject the divine is to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
Now, I'm not trying to impress old, crusty intellectuals or convert atheists or fundamentalists. I'm trying to give choices to the young, confused people who are disillusioned with their religious upbringing or lack thereof, and who are searching and questioning. I'm trying to point them in some direction, give them some hope. And A2K needs a continuous infusion of new people, young and old, who are looking for new ideas.