Tertullian

[ ter-tuhl-ee-uhn, -tuhl-yuhn ]
/ tərˈtʌl i ən, -ˈtʌl yən /

noun

Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, a.d. c160–c230, Carthaginian theologian.

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Tertullian
/ (tɜːˈtʌlɪən) /

noun

Latin name Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus. ?160–?220 ad, Carthaginian Christian theologian, who wrote in Latin rather than Greek and originated much of Christian terminology
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