Hello Friends, Great to be back on PB after a long while ... greetings to the Brethren, old and new! So, I'm in India, working with a Reformed Baptist church planter affiliated with Heart Cry (Paul Washer). My observations so far is that Indian Christianity in the villages makes lots of use of images of Christ (and Mary, since they purchase them from Catholic sources), but not for the purpose of veneration, as is the case with their religion. They often have posters on their walls of very random scenes and celebrities, I think simply to add colour to their homes, and to reflect things that mean something to them. Obviously from a Confessional standpoint, the issue of images is settled, but what are some strategies for instructing and exhorting them in this area if they are not strictly Reformed? Is it even possible for it to be deemed acceptable?