Stabat Mater? Re-birth at the Foot of the Cross

in Biblical Interpretation
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Abstract

This paper offers a fresh look at the mother of Jesus at the foot of the cross in John's account of the crucifixion. By reading John 19:25-27 intertextually/interfigurally at the crossroads between John and the Synoptics, in particular Mark 15:34 (= Ps. 22:1), Luke 2:22-38, and Luke 7:11-17, and at the crossroads between text and self, new dimensions are added to the characterization of Jesus' mother (and the beloved disciple) in John's story. Reader response criticism and autobiographical biblical criticism have informed this paper.

Stabat Mater? Re-birth at the Foot of the Cross

in Biblical Interpretation

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