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  1. Idolatry: Icons and Iconoclasm. The Church of England was torn asunder over disputes concerning polity, the meaning of the Eucharist, and liturgy. Another important issue of tension was the role of images in worship. The Protestant Reformation spurred a revival of iconoclasm, or the destruction of images as idolatrous.
  2. Iconoclasm is a black metal band. Albums: Marching Evil, Iconoclastic Warfare. Members: Serge Impens, Steve Folens, Der Nevetser, Hendrik "Henne" Vanwynsberghe.
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  4. ICONOCLASM: AN OVERVIEW Iconoclasm can be defined as the intentional desecration or destruction of works of art, especially those containing human figurations, on religious principles or beliefs. More general usage of the term signifies either the rejection, aversion, or regulation of images and imagery, regardless of the rationale or intent.
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  7. Iconoclastic Warfare Iconoclasm. Type: Full-length Release date: March Catalog ID: LUGCD Label: Lugbúrz Format: CD Reviews: 1 review (avg. 75%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Iconoclastic Warfare Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 2. Wolfpack Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 3. Welcome to Hell
  8. Oct 12,  · Tate’s show explores historical iconoclasm by examining the contested relationship between art and power. But it is worth remembering that these conflicts are very much alive today, wherever art is publicly displayed. ‘Art under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm’ is on at Tate Britain, London, until 5 January

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