Finding Normal: An Uninvited Change, An Unexpected Outcome by Jeff Huxford, M.D.

“Idolatry is defined as ‘the worship of idols, ‘ which to me meant bowing down to some symbol or statue that represented a false god, and I’ve certainly never done that. … There is a second definition for idolatry, which is ‘extreme admiration, love, or reverence for something or someone.’ When I read that one, I became highly concerned.”-Jeff Huxford, M.D.

“Idols”-Jenna Anderson

“First”-Lauren Daigle

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4 thoughts on “Finding Normal: An Uninvited Change, An Unexpected Outcome by Jeff Huxford, M.D.

    1. Unfortunately, people around the world think idolatry is only the physical bowing down to something or someone who isn’t the Almighty God, including Christians. However, we have to be careful not to fall into that rut. An idol can be made out of anything that puts a face to whatever it is, even Christ dying on the cross Himself.

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      1. I was in a Christian college & I had this guy create JC death on the cross closer to reality, not some of these weak versions that you see out there. After creating the picture with massive amounts of blood and JC protruding with muscles, a little whisper (H.S.) said take it down because I am not on the cross anymore; you are doing idol worship. So, I took it down.

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