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“The article indicates that the particular apostasy to which he refers was already well know to the readers” (Page 209)
“This is an idiom for referring to the time when the day of the Lord will come” (Page 138)
“The perfect tense indicates that the Day is already present” (Page 208)
“Day’ means daytime in contrast to ‘night’ and does not directly refer to the day of the Lord” (Page 145)
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