What is the theme in Gilead by Marilynne Robinson?

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Sense of home is a theme in this book. John Ames has stayed in Gilead while the rest of his family had left long ago. John Ames identifies his home as a choice he has consciously made. Any interruption to his home and way of life is seen as a threat by John.