Friday, December 22, 2006

Word for the Day

sempiternal (sem-pi-tur-nl) adj. Enduring forever; eternal. See Synonyms at infinite. [Middle English, from Old French sempiternel, from Late Latin sempiternālis, from Latin sempiternus : semper, always; see sem-1 in Indo-European roots + aeternus, eternal]

Augustine of Hippo: "We say we believe that Our Lord Jesus Christ was born of the sempiternal God."

1 comment:

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