John Bengel Commentary - Mark 7:26 - 7:26

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John Bengel Commentary - Mark 7:26 - 7:26


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Mar 7:26. Ἑλληνὶς, a Greek) The term being taken in a wide sense.-Συροφοίνισσα τῷ γένει) Clemens Al., in Protrept., makes mention of τῶν τὴν Φοινίκην Σύρων κατοικούντων. Tertullian mentions Syrophœnice: see ad Marcion: also Justin M. against Trypho. Juvenal speaks of Syrophœnix udus, The feminine Φοίνισσα, which Herodian has, is formed on the same analogy as Κρῆσσα, Λίβυσσα, Θρᾷσσα, Κίλισσα.-[τὸ δαιμόνιον, the demon) that unclean spirit which had taken possession of the girl.-V. g.]