After briefly looking at the history of images of Christ in episode 168, we discuss the use of images theologically.

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“Christ Will be My Hideaway (Acoustic Version). Words and music by Tim Chester, Bob Kauflin, Nathan Stiff, David Zimmer, Lacy Hudson, and McKenzie Fuller. © 2020 Sovereign Grace Worship (ASCAP). Used by permission.


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Calvinist Iconclasts A Mixed Message from the Reformers on Images of Jesus – Article Here (Note: I am not familiar with the totality of this individual’s work, but only this particular article)

Lutherans and the use of Images – Article Here

Sproul on the Second Commandment – Video Here

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