Mark, the Temple and Space: A Geographer's Response

in Biblical Interpretation
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Abstract

As a production of space, the Jerusalem temple has multiple dimensions which render a rich material and ideational locale. The paper links interpretation of the Jerusalem temple in Mark's Gospel to a growing interest in spatial theory and narrative spatiality which resists reducing space to either background staging or the realm of ideas. Such theory calls for a genuinely spatialized reading, rather than a privileging of temporality which marginalizes readings for space.

Mark, the Temple and Space: A Geographer's Response

in Biblical Interpretation

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