Description of the sculpture's parts:
The sculpture lies between the city space and the church space, so you move from the secular room through the port of The Old Testament, which places you in the room between The Old and The New Testament, walk further into the room of The New Testament, the sculptures inner room, here you see the sky through the star of David, and then again walk to the secular room.
The Old Testament motives on the outer bronze dome, could be seen as a reminder that if we as a culture do not accept our boundaries, then it crumples, if we will not recognize and learn from our mistakes, then all fails, the limit of the human knowledge, insight and growth could then be called "God", and with the triune God we have a dynamic concept of God, and with free will we recognize that it is Man himself that creates his concept of God, and that the creation is, as Thomas Mann nicely describes it in "Joseph And His Brothers", where Abraham and God begins their talks, the faith is where Man as human in our understanding is created, we can reflect and talk with ourselves, faith is there for our opportunity to reflect on ourselves as humans in our recognition of our limitations.
The Sculpture is the image of God, that as the star has come down to earth, God is secularized, in the sculpture are 3 rooms, the outer, we are in the secular room, the other behind the bronze relief, with motives from The Old Testament, the room between The Old and The New Testament, the inside of The Old Testament is gilded, the backside of The New Testament is polished stainless steel, the Old Testaments gilded inside is there for reflected in The New Testaments backside in this room, between The New and The Old Testament lies a room of understanding that we often have ignored, we cannot understand The New Testament without The Old.
In the gospels, in the actions of the apostles, in our sermons there are constant references to The Old Testament, and the events of The New Testament are constantly legitimized with reference to The Old Testament.
Without The Fall Of Man, he would not need to be crucified, why the transfiguration on the mountain etc etc there for the so called typologies.
The sculptures inner room is then motives from The New Testament.
The top of glass should then be 7 lenses which catches the universe and sends it back to earth through the star of David.
The sculpture is then a place where we can reflect about the relationship between tradition and modern age, the religious space and the rational space.