Date: Mon Sep 17 2001 - 12:41:29 EDT
I don't believe there's an ounce of difference in this instance between TON
OIKONOMON THS ADIKIAS and TON OIKONOMON TON ADIKON in 16:8 or between EK TOU
MAMWNA THS ADIKIAS and EK TOU MAMWNA TOU
ADIKOU in 16:9. And yes, I do think these are attributive genitives.
I guess there is no need to make the reading any more difficult than
unrighteous manager and unrighteous mammon.
Is there any anyway to determine whether the attributive genitive is
describing a quality of a type of mammon (the unrighteous type of mammon) or
is describing a quality that is common to all mammon (all mammon is
Is either interpretation possible, and then is the choice a matter only of
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