In case the Mesoamerican pyramid in the background doesn't immediately give it away, this illustration by artist John Scott is not one you can expect to find mirrored in the New Testament.
That's because it comes from the Book of Mormon, a sacred text unique to Mormonism, or as it is also known, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I find this image of Jesus descending to the ancient Americas (immediately after his ascention in Israel) to be a powerful illustration of just how different Mormonism is from traditional Christianity (and by that I mean Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant). Not only do Mormons reject Trintarian understandings of God, Mormans also significantly expand on the witness of the New Testament apostles and Old Testament prophets. Next time someone asks about Mormonism, I may just use this image first, not words.