Yahweh's Breast: Interpreting Haggai's Temple through Melanie Klein's Projective Identification Theory

January 2013
Journal of Hebrew Scriptures;2013, Vol. 13, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The article reports that the Haggai's temple idealized collective identity was a response to a anxiety of irrelevance that the community will cease to be recognizable as a distinct group. Haggai's interpretation of the temple as a shared object was to preserve the remnant community from social-political irrelevance.


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