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'''Idolismo''' estas adorado de [[idolo]] aŭ de fizika objekto kiel reprezento de [[dio]]. En ĉiuj la [[Abrahamaj religioj]] idolismo estas forte malpermesita, kvankam rigardoj al tio kion konstituas idolismo diferencas ene kaj inter ili. En kelkaj aliaj religioj la uzo de la tiel nomataj idoloj estas akceptataj. Kiaj bildoj, ideoj kaj objektoj konstituas idolismon estas ofte temo de konsiderinda polemiko.
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Behaviour considered idolatrous or potentially idolatrous may include the creation of any type of image of the deity, or of other figures of religious significance such as prophets, saints, and clergy, the creation of images of any person or animal at all, and the use of religious symbols, or secular ones. In addition, Christian theologians, following [[Saint Paul]], have extended the concept to include giving undue importance to other aspects of religion, or to non-religious aspects of life in general, with no involvement of images specifically. For example, the ''[[CatechismKatekismo ofde thela CatholicKatolika ChurchEklezio]]'' states: "Idolatry not only refers to false pagan worship. Man commits idolatry whenever he [[veneration|honours]] and [[reverence (attitude)|reveres]] a creature in place of [[God]], whether this be [[pantheon (gods)|gods]], or demons (for example [[Theistic Satanism|satanism]]), [[authority|power]], [[hedonism|pleasure]], [[racism|race]], [[ancestor worship|ancestors]], [[government|the state]], [[Mammon|money]] etc."<ref name=Catechism>''Catechism of The Catholic Church'', passage 2113, p. 460, Geoffrey Chapman, 1999</ref> In some ultra-conservative Islamic societies with [[sharia law]], idolaters may face the death penalty.<ref name="Zollner2008">{{cite book|last=Zollner|first=Barbara H. E. |title=The Muslim Brotherhood: Hasan Al-Hudaybi and Ideology|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=SnsAhlXb9M0C&pg=PA87|accessdate=24 December 2013|date=31 October 2008|publisher=Routledge|isbn=978-1-134-07767-0|page=87}}</ref>
 
The avoidance of the use of images for religious reasons is called [[aniconism]]. The destruction of religious images within a culture is called [[iconoclasm]], of which there have been many major episodes in history.
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