Should Mark 10:25 read "It is easier for a rope to go through the eye on a needle..."?
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There is some scholarship which thinks that the word translated "Camel" should be read "rope" or "cable". However, the Greek word translated "Camel" is actually "Kamelos" and literally means "Camel." I checked many translations and paraphrases and could not find a single one that chose to render "Camel" as "Rope" or "Cable".
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