George MacDonald Setting & Symbolism

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The Golden Calf, appears in Section 4

The Hebrews made a golden calf and worshiped it in place of God. MacDonald indicates the fear the Hebrews felt when God discovered their idol worship was better than the worship of this manmade idol.

Sinai , appears in Section 6

Sinai, the title of the sixth section, is the name of a mountain located in Egypt. Judeo-Christian tradition indicates that it was from this mountain that God gave Moses stone tablets containing the law.

The Bible, appears in Section 10

MacDonald writes of the Bible in Section 10. MacDonald indicates this collection of religious writings is not intended to be a substitute for Jesus, but instead to lead the believer to Jesus and the knowledge of Jesus.

The White Stone , appears in Section 15

The White Stone that MacDonald writes of in Section 15 comes from the book of Revelations in the Christian Bible. In the book...

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