Etymology Question Iâ€™ve really been enjoying listening through this series while at work. Iâ€™ve had a couple questions throughout, but didnâ€™t realize I could comment. I know now! :) anyway, I was wondering where your source is for feminine coming from fe minus (meaning lacking faith). I found one source that mentioned that as an etymology, but everything else says itâ€™s simply from the Latin femina literally meaning she who suckles.
I was just wondering if there are other sources Iâ€™m missing. Or if perhaps that is just what people during the inquisition/medieval times thought the etymology was.
from Sydney, Australia
Great Sermon! Fascinating and enlightening thank you so much Dr White and PRBC.
Great Sermon! What happened to #48 on Anselm? I was hoping to listen to it and go ambush my friends and coworkers with this argument when they're least expecting!
James White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a professor, having taught Greek, New Testament Textual Criticism, Church history, and various topics in the field of apologetics. He has authored or...