On Tuesday nights, I host a Bible Study at my house. It’s a great thing–I get to talk with interesting women about issues of faith, and I have a reason to make sure my house gets cleaned on a weekly basis. Well, the parts of the house my guests see, anyway. Together, we are reading a book called The Kingdom and the Cross by James Bryan Smith. Its chapters are pleasantly short, and the questions it poses are appropriate to facilitate a good group conversation. I enjoy the focused meditation it asks readers to participate in–most chapters include spending time with a specific icon and trying to learn from the visual history of the faith. This week, however, we were asked to view The…