The Second Commandment and God Made Visible

Apr 28, 2021
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At first blush, the second commandment may seem like a rewording of the first, but—as you might have guessed—there’s more to it than that. Better understood, the commandment to “make no carved images” reveals deep truths about how our invisible God desires to be represented.

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