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Tertullian  ca. A. D. 155 - ca. 220

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Tertullian (Short) Biography

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Tertullian wrote many theological treatises, of which 31 have survived. In his various works he strove either to defend Christianity, to refute heresy, or to argue some practical point of morality or church discipline. Tertullian influenced the later church fathers, especially Saint Cyprian—and through them, all Christian theologians of the West. His writings demonstrate a profound knowledge of Greek and Latin literature. He was the first writer in Latin to formulate Christian theological concepts, such as the nature of the Trinity.

 

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