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Markus 2:1

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Healing and Forgiving a Paralytic

2:1 Now 1  after some days, when he returned to Capernaum, 2  the news spread 3  that he was at home.

Markus 2:14

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2:14 As he went along, he saw Levi, the son of Alphaeus, sitting at the tax booth. 4  “Follow me,” he said to him. And he got up and followed him.
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[2:1]  1 tn Grk “And.” Here καί (kai) has been translated as “now” to indicate the transition to a new topic.

[2:1]  2 sn Capernaum was a town on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee, 680 ft (204 m) below sea level. It was a major trade and economic center in the North Galilean region.

[2:1]  map For location see Map1 D2; Map2 C3; Map3 B2.

[2:1]  3 tn Grk “it was heard.”

[2:14]  4 tn While “tax office” is sometimes given as a translation for τελώνιον (telwnion, so L&N 57.183), this could give the modern reader a false impression of an indoor office with all its associated furnishings.

[2:14]  sn The tax booth was a booth located on the edge of a city or town to collect taxes for trade. There was a tax booth in Capernaum, which was on the trade route from Damascus to Galilee and the Mediterranean. The “taxes” were collected on produce and goods brought into the area for sale, and were a sort of “sales tax” paid by the seller but obviously passed on to the purchaser in the form of increased prices (L&N 57.183). It was here that Jesus met Levi (also named Matthew [see Matt 9:9]) who was ultimately employed by the Romans, though perhaps more directly responsible to Herod Antipas. It was his job to collect taxes for Rome and he was thus despised by Jews who undoubtedly regarded him as a traitor.



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