Recently, I'm researching the references about the Lord's Day in ancient christian writings, and had some doubts about the greek expression.
In Revelation 1:10, the day is called kuriakn nmera
, in other word's, Lord's day, employing the word kuriakos
, wich is defined by Strong as an adjective.
http://cf.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexi ... ersion=kjv
In Didache, chapter 14, the author uses the expression kuriakn de kuriou
, that would be "Lord's Lord's". I don't understand this use, and it seems that the translators translate this expression as "the Lord's Day" too. Somebody knows what it means?
Greek version of Didache: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/lake/fathers2.v.html