Definition of Tertullian in English:

Tertullian

Syllabification: Ter·tul·li·an
Pronunciation: /tərˈtəlēən, -ˈtəlyən
 
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( Circa 160-circa 240), early Christian theologian; Latin name Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus. His writings include Christian apologetics and attacks on pagan idolatry and Gnosticism.

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adjective
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