Hey Guys, So I admit, that after a decade plus in Reformed theology, I'm just now being convicted of my lack of obedience to the second commandment. Mind you, I don't look at pictures of Christ, and it's been awhile since I watched any film based on His life (though the whole topic of the "Bible" miniseries and my grandparents intent to watch it brought this specific question to my mind. More on that as an aside after my question.) But in my personal library, a few books have images of Christ either on the cover or inside the binding itself. Those with dust jackets are handled easily enough--just discard it. But like for paperbacks or images inside the pages of books, how do you deal with that? These are all theological books, by the way. [As to the aside, my theologically liberal but seeking grandparents were enthusiastically telling me to watch the "Bible" mini-series. I told them not to watch, as the History Channel is notorious for misrepresenting Christianity, and besides, films based on scripture are either cheesy or inaccurate with much creative license taken, bust mostly both. My Southern Baptist mother sees no problem with the series, considering it's been endorsed by popular evangelical teachers. If you've read my other family related posts, you know that the only other Christians in my family aren't Reformed and don't really care about theology. The reason this brought the second commandent to my mind was my feeling hypocritical when I have books in my home that contain images, which also misrepresent Christ.] Thoughts? And please, be gentle. This is an area of theology I'm weak in.