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Why does Mark mention Elijah before Moses?
In the transfiguration narrative in Matthew and Luke, the narrators mention Moses first and then Elijah second: Matthew 17:3 (NIV empahsis mine) Just then there appeared before them Moses and ...
Nov 15 '12 at 5:55
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