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In "the mark of the beast" Some aspects of this story allude to — a. Greek and Roman myths about wolves b. a New Testament revelation about a great beast that marks its followers c. a Bible story in
which a woman is transformed into a pillar of salt d. an Indian parable about a child who mocks the gods
B) a New Testament revelation about a great beast that marks its followers
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User: In "the mark of the beast" Some aspects of this story allude to — a. Greek and Roman myths about wolves b. a New Testament revelation about a great beast that marks its followers c. a Bible story in which a woman is transformed into a pillar of salt d. an Indian parable about a child who mocks the gods

Weegy: B) a New Testament revelation about a great beast that marks its followers
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User: In "the mark of the beast" The proverb quoted at the beginning of the story suggests the — a. opposition of Eastern and Western systems of belief b. struggle between right and wrong, justice and injustice c. friction between science and faith d. disagreement over who is to rule India—the British, or the Indians themselves

Weegy: A) opposition of Eastern and Western systems of belief
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