Byzantine Evangelicalism: Seeing Icons With Protestant Eyes

From Center For Christianity, Culture and the Arts Guest Lectures

Dr. Matthew Milliner of Wheaton College discusses the proper role of icons in Christian faith, drawing parallels between current opinion of icons to the iconclast period of Byzantine Christianity. Dr. Milliner ultimately concludes that icons serve the important purpose of pointing toward the person of Christ, but that Christians must be sure not to seek Christ's actual presence in any image.

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