For you Greek scholars was wondering if this is true. When two nouns in the same case are connected by the Greek word "and" and the first noun is preceded by the article "the" and the second noun is not preceded by the article, the second noun refers to the same person or thing to which the first noun refers, and is a farther description of it. Deity of Jesus examples 2 Pet.1:1, 2:20, 3:18, Titus 2:13. Another example in Eph.4:11 pastors and teachers refers to the same person not two distinct individuals. I have been told this can be either way that a man can be a pastor but not able to teach. Or I heard pastors say he can teach but he can't preach. But according to this greek Grammar rule they are not seperate. Found this in Treasures from the Greek New Testament by Kenneth S. Wuest. I have been told that Wuest is not that great but he knows more Greek than I do.