This study sets out to interpret the Marcan Temple incident (Mark
11, 15-19) as a distancing device, by which the Marcan faction
differentiates itself from other Jews, especially the anti-Roman
revolutionaries who had turned the temple in Jerusalem into 'a den
of bandits' during the Jewish revolt between 66 and 74 CE. It
concentrates on the interactions between the Marcan faction and
other Jewish factions in the context of its Jewish symbolic
universe. The study concludes that the Marcan faction is 'Jewish
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