I'm reading through H.A. Kelly's _Satan: A Biography_ and I note with
interest that when he comes to discussing Mk. 3:23-27, where Jesus
speaks both of a satan and of Satan, Kelly states that we have not one
but five parables/comparisons.
I am, I admit, far far behind where I should be in parable studies, and
I don't know if what Kelly asserts has any scholarly support. So can
anyone tell me if Kelly's claim is mooted/disscussed/upheld by anyone
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon)
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