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Mark i 45

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This chapter focuses on 'Mark i 45 and the meaning of λόγος΄ has been criticised by the Rev. T. Nicklin on p.252 of the Expository Times for February 1940. Mr. Nicklin argues from 'the insertion of αύτόυ in the final clause which shows that the subject of the previous verb must be a leper, thus distinguished from him who could not enter a town'. Further, Mr. Nicklin underestimates the weight of the evidence on the use of λόγος΄. Its importance must lie in the marked regularity of usage over the last twenty-two instances. Commentators who take the same line as Mr. Nicklin usually are much more ready than him to acknowledge the difficulty that this regularity constitutes for them. Lagrange may be referred to in this connexion.

Keywords: αύτόυ; λόγος΄; Mark i 45; Rev. T. Nicklin



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