(Dialogue is on)
LiberAvis: We can agree that the statue of Moses is a masterpiece of sculpture, can't we?
LA: I agree. However, artistic value notwithstanding, doesn't Moses resemble a familiar image on the Sistine Chapel ceiling?
R: The image of God, the Creator Himself. Moreover, isn't God the one who wrote the Ten Commandments? It is God who is sitting on the carved seat, holding the tablets.
LA: But why are there horns on his head?
R: Those are not horns, but awkward beams of light. This feature is the mystery of the statue. The beams of light signify God, while the horns represent evil.
LA: So basically, the statue of "Moses" is a figuratively two-sided symbolic figure?
(Dialogue is off)