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- Subject: ADIALEIPTWS
- From: Kevin Mullins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 11 Jun 1997 08:37:02 -0400
In 1Thess. 1:3 3 we have ADIALEIPTWS MNHMONEUONTES translated "
Remembering without ceasing" (KJV). Could it possibly have a qualitative
meaning as well as or rather than being related to time? That is, would I
be stretching this a great deal to say, "Remembering and leaving nothing
out.." or "Remembering everything of your work of faith..."?
An aside while I'm on this verse; A.T. Robertson has this related to
...TOU KURIOU HMWN IHSOU XRISTOU as an objective genitive. Is there a way
(other than one's best educated guess) to determine when the genitive is
used objectively or subjectively?