Koine and Biblical and Medieval Greek • Re: Apophthegmata Patrum 18. Aesop-ish?

"ὁ κύριος" should give us pause though. It occurs in Mark 5:19, referring to God, following LXX usage. It would be weird and anachronistic to see The Lord as a simple title for Jesus in Mark (or in Matthew, now that I look). A Luke/John thing.

Michael, I get upset too often at the sort of pugilism going on here. But I have lately begun to notice that this rhetoric has sharpened me over the years, and that I actually owe much thanks to you for it. Despite what you say, I don't pretend to be at a very high level with my Greek, but it's higher than it would otherwise have been.

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