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Icons and the Orthodox Tradition. Hebraic Understanding of Imagery. Waiting for the Messiah Celebrating the earth, stewards of all things. The Alexamenos Graffito. The Incarnation Changes Everything. Where did the Iconoclasts come from?. From the East: Muslims From the West: Arians

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hebraic understanding of imagery
Hebraic Understanding of Imagery
  • Waiting for the Messiah
  • Celebrating the earth, stewards of all things
where did the iconoclasts come from
Where did the Iconoclasts come from?

From the East: Muslims

From the West: Arians

Arianism was a 4th century heresy named after Arius (c.250-336), a presbyter in Alexandria, Egypt, who taught that the Son of God was not co-eternal and consubstantial with His Father, but rather a created being with a definite origin in time. In Arius's words, "there was [a time] when he (the Son) was not." This led to the calling of the First Ecumenical Council, which condemned it and its author and established the Orthodox doctrine of the Holy Trinity as taught by Arius's chief opponent, St. Athanasius the Great. Though it managed to hang on among some of the Goths and other Germanic tribes in the West, Arianism had vanished by the seventh century.

defense of the icons

Defense of the Icons

Of old, God the incorporeal and uncircumscribed was never depicted. Now, however, when God is seen clothed in flesh, and conversing with men, I make an image of the God whom I see.

I do not worship matter, I worship the God of matter, who became matter for my sake, and deigned to inhabit matter, who worked out my salvation through matter. I will not cease from honouring that matter which works my salvation.

I venerate it, though not as God. How could God be born out of lifeless things? And if God's body is God by union, it is immutable. The nature of God remains the same as before, the flesh created in time is quickened by, a logical and reasoning soul.

-St. John Damascene On Holy Images

made in the image of god

Made in the Image of God

Restoring the Image of God

Fully Realizing our Created Potential