Inside the inner sanctuary he made two cherubim of olive wood, each ten cubits high. (I Kings 6:23) This was in the sanctuary of Solomon’s temple. Did the artisan(s) include sunglasses or perhaps sideburns on the Cherubim? What aesthetics were incorporated? Seeing this replacement for the tabernacle was done under the inspired leadership of Solomon, who can say? Because the people of God were forbidden to make “. . any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath. .” there is no record of the aesthetics. Who stands today with the inspiration of Solomon or Bezalel & Aholiab to build a temple? It is somewhat understandable concerning those who have not yet accepted Jesus as the Messiah. They might be inclined to try such a thing. But what can be said of those who claim to have accepted the blood of the everlasting covenant? They should know better.