Hello! I was reading John Jewel's Apology of the Church of England and came across this: "The Ancient Father Epiphanius says, It is a horrible and intolerable Crime to set up any Pictures, nay even of Christ himself, in Churches. They, as if the Life and Soul of Religion consisted in them, have filled every Corner of their Churches with Images and Statues." I was aware that images of God was something reformers didn't like about the RCC but never knew it was this big of a deal! Is it unacceptable to have a crucifix or an icon? If so why? My church has lots of stained glass windows of Jesus.