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Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff Setting & Symbolism

Christopher Moore
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Objects/Places

Nazareth

Nazareth is the childhood home of Biff and Joshua. They leave the town for their journey to the East and return to it after Joshua learns how to be the Messiah.

Jerusalem

Jerusalem is where many Jews congregate for Passover. Joshua goes to Jerusalem, turns over the moneychanger tables, goes through a trial and is crucified on a nearby hill.

Bethany

Bethany is where Maggie's sister Martha lives in the house of their brother Simon, also know as Lazarus. Bethany becomes a central location during Joshua's ministry.

Sea of Galilee

Joshua does much of his early preaching and disciple-collecting near the Sea of Galilee. This is where he walks on the water and charges Peter with the task of building Joshua's temple.

Sepphoris

Sepphoris is where Biff and Joshua learn stonecutting from Biff's father. Jeremiah the Zealot, uncle to Maggie, kills a Roman soldier in Sepphoris.

Kabul

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