The repetition of an idea both in Hebrew poetry, as Ps. 8: 4, and in the gospels: e.g. Mark 7: 21; but when Matthew follows Mark, the superfluous words ‘from within’ are omitted by Matt. 15: 19, thus eliminating Mark's pleonasm.
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