Power and Place: Temple and Identity in the Book of Revelation, Issue 107
No physical structure in antiquity held more significance as a place of access to deity than a temple' - from the introduction. Stevenson's study explores Jewish thought and tradition and the inter-mingling of Greco-Roman and Jewish culture based on an analysis of symbolism in the Book of Revelation.
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