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The Navarre Bible New Testament1 Compact Edition note on Eph Eph 22:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.

1. in the Revised Standard Version with a commentary by members of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Navarre.

The Navarre Bible New Testament1 Compact Edition note on Eph 2:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.

1. in the Revised Standard Version with a commentary by members of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Navarre.

The Navarre Bible New Testament1 Compact Edition note on Eph 2:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.

1. in the Revised Standard Version with a commentary by members of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Navarre.

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The Navarre Bible New Testament1 Compact Edition note on Eph 2:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.

1. in the Revised Standard Version with a commentary by members of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Navarre.

The Navarre Bible New Testament Compact Edition note on Eph 2:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.

The Navarre Bible New Testament1 Compact Edition note on Eph 2:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.

1. in the Revised Standard Version with a commentary by members of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Navarre.

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The Navarre Bible New Testament Compact Edition note on Eph 2:1-10 has:

[...]. The "prince of the power of the air" (v.2) refers to the devil as the leader of superhuman powers which, according to a widely held notion at the time, dwelt in the earth's atmosphere.