Yesterday, 11:02 PM
Nonsense. Since you're obviously lazy, I'll link to the thread for you. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?432958-Icons-are-not-idols
Here is the OP of the thread, just one of MANY posts in that thread for you to review before you come back to continue discussing this. (remember to quote and cite the specific post you disagree with when you get back to me)
Do Orthodox icons border on idolatry?
In Orthodox Christianity, icons are never worshipped, but they are honored and venerated. Worship is reserved for God alone. The second Commandment says, "you shall not make for yourself any carved image, or any likeness or anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth" (Ex. 20:4-5). The warnings here are, first, that we are not to depict images of things which are limited to heaven and therefore unseen, and second, we never bow down to or worship created, earthly things. Does this condemn all imagery in worship? The Scriptures tell us emphatically no!