Chapter three surveys the interpretation of biblical data concerning images and image use throughout the history of the church. This historical survey is accomplished under four major headings: (1) images in patristic theology, (2) images in medieval theology, (3) images in reformation theology, and (4) images in the age of enlightenment and in subsequent eras.His stated opponent regarding the latter of these is Gregory I, although the position he actually attacks is not so much ... as he challenges the papacya#39;s practices and its attempts to validate those practices.114 By contrast, he pays virtually noanbsp;...
|Title||:||Images in the Service of God's Word: A Theology for the Christian Use of Visual Images|
|Author||:||Jason S. Hiles|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|