Being inquisitive, I took the tour in SLC. Don't know if you've ever been on that tour with all the minders. Surreal. Anyway, we entered a big room with a magnificent statue of Christ and a painting of earth on the wall. The shadow of the statue covered the earth. Q&A time came and I asked, "If Christ is the light of the world, then why, in this depiction, is his shadow covering it in darkness?" Bewilderment filled the room from the curious and faithful alike. I didn't get an answer, only glares. The tour moved on. Now, I must confess that my weapon (knowledge) wasn't unloaded before I started the tour. Once upon a time I was a Baptist pastor, so that scene really struck me as odd. Well, that and his back turned to it. Symbolism is a powerful thing.