My thought on the matter: if we take our iconography so seriously, I think we're really missing the point. Or points. Whatever your perspective is.
Is that too serious of me? (1200 years ago, they got so serious about icons that smashed a good deal of them.)
There is a lot to be said for a change of view, embracing boys and barbies in creches or no. Though the idea of inclusion is, from what I learned one day at the Met Museum, the correct one. (Their tree is something to behold!)
I'd like to think (not having seen the representation) that the whole thing was rather funny. But that wouldn't be respectful, would it?
Ok. Back to being serious....
Be the love you seek.
Last edited by Daniel; 12-21-2006 at 09:56 AM.