This article offers a biblical-theological consideration of sacred space in Scripture, particularly "the ground." It moves from Eden to Abel to Noah to Abraham to the book of Revelation, which likens the church to a garden, land, city, and temple.
This article wants to analyze Galatians 3:1-18 in terms of plot. The author first defines his understanding of plot, followed by a survey of recent studies on Galatians 3. He supplies his own reading of this chapter in terms of "sacred space."