Does iconoclasm forbid having a crucifix in Reformed/ Calvistist as well as Methodist churches? I noticed some very liturgical looking churches among some Protestant denominations such as the free-standing altar and centrality of the altar. Even the use of eucharistic vestments in some Methodist and United Church of Christ churches. But I have never seen a crucifix or statue of Christ or an icon in these churches such as one would find in Anglican/ Lutheran churches. Is this the result of iconoclasm? Any thoughts?