From: Jeffrey B. Gibson (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 02 1999 - 13:23:56 EDT
First, is the relative pronoun in Mk 1:44 (the neuter plural A) an
instance in which the RP is used with what Wallace calls an imbedded
Second, is this use, if it be so, of the RP with a demonstrative pronoun
incorporated with in it ("those things which) characteristic of Mark. Can
such usage be found elsewhere in his Gospel.
Third, is there any real distinction between the meaning of PROSENEKKON TO
DWRON hO ktl in Matt 8:4 and Mark' s PROSENEKE .... A PROSETAXEN ktl.?
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