Heidelminicast Q&A: What To Do About Images Of Christ In Reformed Churches?

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  1. This is very helpful! I have been increasingly convicted about images of Christ in worship and its devastating idolatry. Thankful for my church and resources like this that help me in this regard.
    I am, however, a little tripped up by RC Sproul’s view. https://www.ligonier.org/learn/devotionals/images-worship
    Is there a valid case here to make *for* imaging the humanity of Jesus? It appears to me that Scripture is clear that it is prohibited. I also appreciate the conclusion that to image Jesus’ humanity is inherently Nestorian. Do you know to what RC may be referring when he said that scripture allows this?

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