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Re: [Synoptic-L] parables in Mk. 3:23-27?

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  • David Barrett Peabody
    Charles
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 3, 2007
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      Charles<

      The definite article does not appear in the Greek before either usage
      of satanas in Mk 3:23, but it does appear before the usage of satanas
      in 3:26.

      D. B. Peabody

      Quoting fathchuck@...:

      > I'm a bit confused. I read Mark 3:23-27 in both English and Greek and see no
      > reference to both A satan and Satan. The text seems to simply say Satan,
      > without any article or qualifier. Is this interpretation widely accepted?
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