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  1. “Mark is using a Lucan style” means Mark is writing in the style of the gospel of Luke, surely? In biblical studies “Lucan” is the adjective from “Luke”, and grammatically an adjective is required between “a” and “style”. I don’t know what the adjective from “Lucan” is, “Lucanian” perhaps, but if this is what you meant you should have written “Mark is using the style of Lucan”, or perhaps “Mark is using one of Lucan’s styles”.


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