I know that it is quite all right to portray Jesus Christ, the Son of God, in pictorial and engraven images. However, what about God the Father? I noticed that the roof of the Sistine Chapel portrays an image of God in communion with Adam. Is this all right?
Here is the image on the top of the Sistine Chapel, which I am referring to (Disclaimer: there is male nudity in this picture. But it’s from the Sistine Chapel, which is in Rome; so the picture isn’t pornographic.)
In any case, I am honestly concerned that anyone should attempt to visually portray God the Father–who, unlike Jesus, God the Son, did not take flesh upon himself (although he did at the same time, being one in essence with the Son. It’s probably confusing). Any thoughts?