Deconstructing of Idolatrous Images of God C.S. Lewis called God "The Great Iconoclast." Iconoclasm is the destruction of sacred or idolatrous images. Lewis said iconoclasm is the very mark of God's presence: He constantly overturns our limited human perceptions of him. In this session, John Crowder also highlights how deconstructionism itself can become a limited mode of thought that rejects mystery.