Tertullian

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Ter·tul·lian

 (tər-tŭl′yən, -tŭl′ē-ən) Originally Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus. ad 160?-230?
Carthaginian theologian who converted to Christianity (c. 193), broke with the Catholic Church (c. 207), and formed his own schismatic sect. His writings greatly influenced Western theology.

Tertullian

(tɜːˈtʌlɪən)
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(Biography) 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

Ter•tul•li•an

(tərˈtʌl i ən, -ˈtʌl yən)

n.
(Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus) A.D. c160–c230, Carthaginian theologian.
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Noun1.Tertullian - Carthaginian theologian whose writing influenced early Christian theology (160-230)
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Tertullian

[tɜːˈtʌlɪən] NTertuliano