Tertullianism

Tertullianism

a form of Montanism, as modified by Tertullian in about 203, which opposed second marriages and absolution for penitents. Cf. Montanism. — Tertullianist, n.
See also: Heresy
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His comparison of the African's teachings in pre- and post- New Prophecy Tertullianism indicates to Rankin that the man was not schismatic but one who chose to campaign `from the disaffected periphery'.