I will. The Church says (through her Subordinate Standards) that the 2nd Commandment is to be interpreted as forbidding pictures of Christ. The Church says that to make such pictures is sin. You say that such pictures are permissible and not sin. From the Church's perspective (her Standards), it is the equivalent of saying that cheating on your taxes, or blaspheming God's name is not a sin. That is, what the Church says is sin, you say is not sin. So what the Church would tell a person the Bible says to them, you contradict. In others words, you set your authority up over the Church's. You have said that you are right and they are wrong, and people ought to follow you rather than the Church. That's how Confessions work.