The Bride and the Groom
celebrates the Father-Son Covenant. In the sculpture, the Bible
is more important than any woman, however beautiful.
The massive bride on the left is the Torah; the groom is a
rabbi with a big nose holding a scroll on his shoulder. The
sculpture celebrates the importance of the Father-Son relationship
as that of a true love inspired by the book, like a bride. This
love improves the devotion men have for their wives, treating
them as respectfully as the book.