Many Christians when they become Baha'is may have some pictures of Jesus say in their homes.. Initially we're told that they can keep them but in time they will learn that having pictures of Jesus and the Manifestations is not honoring them.Because typically Christians have had a long use of icons within the church and liturgical service, even going as far as to have a whole eccumenical council defend the use of Holy icons. So what is the bahai view of icons. Are they idolatrous or allowable?
The Greatest Name has a specific meaning for Baha'is, it being one of the primary symbols of our faith. It's a calligraphy of "Ya Baha'u'l-Abha," "O Glory of Glories" or "O Glory of the All-glorious" and is a symbol found in our temples and often displayed in Baha'i homes. You can see a picture of it in the article about the North American Baha'i House of Worship, which is in Wilmette, IL (just north of Chicago). The image in question is near the end of the article in a picture of the top of the dome. Here are some sites for this:[W]hat does the phrase "with the exception of the greatest name" mean? The greatest name is the name of God, Yahweh.