From: Jonathan Robie (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Sep 10 1996 - 11:14:00 EDT
Stephen C. Carlson wrote:
> I've been looking at Mk1:24=Lk4:34 TI hHMIN KAI SOI. It's already
> an interesting idiom in its own right, but I would like to hear any
> comments as to why it's using the *plural* first person pronoun.
Robertson suggests that the spirit may be speaking for himself and for the man
he possesses. Makes sense to me.
> There is only one man, possessed by one unclean spirit, which is
> doing the talking (cf. however, "Legion" and the herd of swine).
Understood this way, there is one man and one unclean spirit, who are doing the
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