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Malefactor

Malefactor [NAVE]

MALEFACTOR, crucified with Jesus, Matt. 27:38-44; Luke 23:32-39.
See: Criminals.

MALEFACTOR [ISBE]

MALEFACTOR - mal-e-fak'-ter (kakopoios, "a bad doer," i.e. "evildoer," "criminal"; kakourgos, "a wrongdoer"): The former occurs in Jn 18:30 the King James Version, the latter, which is the stronger term, in Lk 23:32,39. The former describes the subject as doing or making evil, the latter as creating or originating the bad, and hence, designates the more energetic, aggressive, initiating type of criminality.


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