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graven image

Chiefly Bible a carved image used as an idol
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Indeed, Hunter of Graven Images says brand image is about far more than simply splashing the corporate colours across a few softfurnishings.
Most idols represent things that are good in themselves but have been put in the place of God and are then frozen into lifelessness as graven images.
Jim Hamilton, the award-winning designer from Graven Images based in the United Kingdom, known for his work on Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel, Chicago, Radisson Blu Mall of America, and Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel, Philadelphia, became the trusted visionary tasked with maintaining the historical significance of the property while also elevating it to the modern style and sophistication of the Radisson Blu brand.
However, some of the graven images that adorn this city I have found a little confusing and so I was wondering if you could write in and give me some more information about them and why they are here, (I asked many Liverpoolians in the hostel I reside in, but they're answers usually just involve two words).
6] Here we discover a man of god who reveres a graven image that itself declares such graven images forbidden
Due to the biblical ban on graven images (Exodus 20:4), such practices sparked contention within the church--and sometimes even violence, notably in Byzantium during the Iconoclastic Controversy of the 8th and 9th centuries and in Western Europe during the Protestant Reformation.
The lounge was designed by Glasgow-based Graven Images and features artworks from Edinburgh School of Art.
ROX has also outlined plans to invest a further PS1m in a new store in Leeds and both of the new stores will be designed by Graven Images, following the firm's work on ROX's stores in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
It's time our Catholic bishops spoke out categorically about the issues surrounding the unholy lusting for graven images, ivory, and more.
Garfinkel said the lack of graven images and pig bones among the artifacts suggest the inhabitants observed bans outlined by the Hebrew Bible.
The architecture and discoveries correspond to the biblical description of a local, organized group that observed the second of the 10 Commandments prohibiting belief in graven images.
Design firm Graven Images won the Outstanding Contribution award.