I didn't advocate retranslating it. My opinion on the matter is similar to the instance in 2 Thessalonians 1:12. Because Paul is utilizing a list, "the Kingdom of God and Christ," the single article speaks of that Kingdom as belonging to both God and Christ. I merely noted you were incorrect in your assessment of the ECW. I may add, it is rather difficult to keep a focused dialogue when too many fronts are open simultaneously.
Do you believe your opinion? If you did you would condemn any faux apologetics that attempts to use Ephesians 5:5 or 2 Thessalonians 1:12 as identity Sharp verses as negative, harmful claims.
You claimed I was incorrect because Chrysostom included Ephesians 5:5, with an English non-identity text, in a group of verses. Proving nothing. Now there may be some Sharp ECW refs that in fact work outside Titus 2:13, but you have not given any. I never made a dogmatic claim, so I was not “incorrect” even if one or two shows up.