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  1. Tertullian: Apology and De Spectaculis. Minucius Felix: Octavius (Loeb Classical Library No. 250) (English and Latin Edition) by Tertullian, Minucius Felix, 1931-01-01
  2. Against Marcion by Tertullian, 2004-06-30
  3. Against Marcion by Tertullian, 2004-06-30
  4. Against Marcion by Tertullian, 2004-06-30
  5. Against Marcion by Tertullian, 2004-06-30
  6. Tertullian (The Early Church Fathers) by Geoffrey D. Dunn, 2004-07-21
  7. Christian Apologetics Past and Present: A Primary Source Reader by William Edgar, K. Scott Oliphint, 2009-08-24
  8. Against Marcion by Tertullian, 2004-06-30
  9. Tertullian Against Praxeas (1920) by Alexander Souter, 2010-09-10
  10. Tertullian and the Church by David Rankin, 2007-10-15
  11. Christian and Pagan in the Roman Empire: The Witness of Tertullian (Selections from the Fathers of the Church) by Tertullian, 2001-10
  12. Opera, Volumes 3-4 (Latin Edition) by Tertullian, Johann Salomo Semler, 2010-02-28
  13. Tertullian, First Theologian of the West by Eric Osborn, 2003-12-04
  14. Tertullian: A Historical and Literary Study by Timothy David Barnes, 1985-10-10

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(Q UINTUS S EPTIMIUS F LORENS T ERTULLIANUS Ecclesiastical writer in the second and third centuries, b. probably about 160 at Carthage, being the son of a centurion in the proconsular service. He was evidently by profession an advocate in the law-courts, and he shows a close acquaintance with the procedure and terms of Roman law, though it is doubtful whether he is to be identified with a jurist Tertullian who is cited in the Pandects. He knew Greek as well as Latin, and wrote works in Greek which have not come down to us. A pagan until middle life, he had shared the pagan prejudices against Christianity The year 197 saw the publication of a short address by Tertullian, "To the Martyrs", and of his great apologetic works, the "Ad nationes" and the "Apologeticus". The former has been considered a finished sketch for the latter; but it is more true to say that the second work has a different purpose, though a great deal of the same matter occurs in both, the same arguments being displayed in the same manner, with the same examples and even the same phrases. The appeal to the nations suffers from its transmission in a single codex, in which omissions of a word or several words or whole lines are to be deplored. Tertullian's style is difficult enough without such super added causes of obscurity. But the text of the "Ad nationes" must have been always rougher than that of the "Apologeticus", which is a more careful as well as a more perfect work, and contains more matter because of its better arrangement; for it is just the same length as the two books "Ad nationes".

2. Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. III
Chapter I.Satan's Wiles Against the Truth. How They Take the Form of the Praxean Heresy. Account of the Publication of This Heresy. They are Mentioned by tertullian. Chapter XXI.-In This and the
Against Praxeas
Against Praxeas
    In which he defends, in all essential points, the doctrine of the holy trinity.
[Translated by Dr. Holmes.]
    Chapter I.-Satan's Wiles Against the Truth. How They Take the Form of the Praxean Heresy. Account of the Publication of This Heresy.
In various ways has the devil rivalled and resisted the truth. Sometimes his aim has been to destroy the truth by defending it. He maintains that there is one only Lord, the Almighty Creator of the world, in order that out of this doctrine of the unity he may fabricate a heresy. He says that the Father Himself came down into the Virgin, was Himself born of her, Himself suffered, indeed was Himself Jesus Christ. Here the old serpent has fallen out with himself, since, when he tempted Christ after John's baptism, he approached Him as "the Son of God; "surely intimating that God had a Son, even on the testimony of the very Scriptures, out of which he was at the moment forging his temptation: "If thou be the Son of God, command that these stones be made bread."

3. The Development Of The Canon Of The New Testament - Tertullian
tertullian, an early Christian author and polemicist, helped to establish Latin rather than Greek Athens to do with Jerusalem" tertullian's practical and legal bent of mind
The Development of the Canon of the New Testament
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Tertullian of Carthage
(b. 155/160 Carthage - d. 220? CE)
Tertullian, an early Christian author and polemicist, helped to establish Latin rather than Greek, which was the most widely used language at that time as an ecclesiastical language and as a vehicle for Christian thought in the West. He coined many new theological words and phrases and gave currency to those already in use, thus becoming a significant thinker in forging and fixing the vocabulary and thought structure of Western Christianity for the next 1000 years. Because he was a moralist rather than a philosopher by temperament which probably precipitated his famous question: "What has Athens to do with Jerusalem" Tertullian's practical and legal bent of mind expressed what would later be taken as the unique genius of Latin Christianity. The life of Tertullian is based almost wholly on information written by men living over a century after him and from obscure references in his own works. On this basis a general outline of his life has been constructed, but most of the details have been continually disputed by modern scholars. Tertullian was born in Carthage in the Roman province of Africa, present Tunisia, approximately 155-160 CE. Carthage at that time was second only to Rome as a cultural and educational center in the West, and Tertullian received an exceptional education in grammar, rhetoric, literature, philosophy, and law. Little is known of his early life. His parents were pagan, and his father may have been a centurion in an African-based legion assigned to the governor of the province. After completing his education in Carthage, he went to Rome, probably in his late teens or early 20s, to study further and perhaps begin work as a lawyer.

4. The Tertullian Project
tertullian latin texts, translations, editions, bibliography, links, manuscripts, text criticism, early christians, fathers. The tertullian Project.
The Tertullian Project A collection of material ancient and modern about the ancient Christian Latin writer Tertullian and his writings.
Last updated 28 th May 2004 What's New? Digital Library/Online Books and articles Search Site Map

5. Tertullian. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
it is impossible). Some of tertullians opinions differed from the main stream sect, known as tertullianists. tertullians most important writings are Apologeticus, Ad
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6. Did Tertullian Really Exist? Did Cyprian? Did Hippolytus?
Claims 3rdcentury writings are apologetic frauds.
Ignacio Zubillaga DID TERTULLIAN REALLY EXIST? DID CYPRIAN? DID HIPPOLYTUS? "But he has nothing on!" a little child cried out at last. ANDERSEN, The Emperor’s New Clothes 01. INTRODUCTION 02. THE NATURE OF APOLOGETIC LITERATURE 03. CHARACTERS OR INDIVIDUALS? 04. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND ... PART II - 4th-CENTURY EVENTS IN ALLEGEDLY EARLIER PATRISTIC WRITINGS 01. INTRODUCTION After an initial stage where the fundamental writings were brought forth, Christians steadily increased their numbers and organized themselves as a widespread institution with growing influence in the Greco-Roman society. The emerging churches made their presence felt through the creation of apologetic treatises they attributed to outstanding elderly figures that the direct apostles of Jesus had initiated into their faith. More elaborate expositions from other notable writers that subsequently completed such works gradually shaped their theological views while exposing the errors of a large array of opponents. Within western Christianity, the literary output of the African Church apparently sprang up with considerable vigour around 200 CE through the figure of Tertullian. Not only did he carefully delineate more precise notions of the divine but also advocated exacting patterns of behaviour and fought pagans and heretics alike with extraordinary zeal. About the same time, the stern presbyter Hippolytus was playing a similar role in the Roman Church. Both authors vehemently directed scathing attacks on currently established prelates whom they viewed as theoretically unsound, carnally minded individuals.

7. Tertullian Of Carthage
Early, tertullian of Carthage. (c. 160 225). QUICK tertullian of Carthage (from André Thevet). tertullian
Tertullian of Carthage
(c. 160 - 225)
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Quintus Septimus Florens Tertullianus was born in Carthage to pagan parents, but became a Christian at some point before AD 197. According to Jerome[ ] and Eusebius[ )] Very different conclusions may be reached from the fragmentary evidence available to us.[ Throughout church history Tertullian has received condemnation for two main reasons: his association with the Montanist movement[ ] and because of his supposed anti-intellectualism. However, the vast majority of scholars now agree that the Montanists were doctrinally orthodox,[ Minucius Felix Octavius Christianity is treated from the standpoint of philosophy, Scripture is not cited, nor are major biblical teachings much discussed.[ Octavius as a source for his Apology or vice versa. Current opinion favours the priority of the Apology Tertullian is the church father who more than any other has been taken to epitomise the anti-intellectualism of the early Church. Tertullian wrote:

8. Tertullian Mocks Jewish 'Slanders'
tertullian Mocks Jewish 'Slanders' tertullian wrote this passage late in the 2nd century, CE.
Tertullian Mocks Jewish 'Slanders'
Tertullian wrote this passage late in the 2nd century, CE. In the context he is imagining himself, after Jesus' triumphant return, mocking the now damned Jews for their perversions of of the truth about Jesus (from his point of view). Much of what he accuses the Jews of saying/doing is straight out of the canonical gospels, but some, especially the last phrase, seems to reflect some of the traditions that will later be brought together in the Toledoth Yeshu . [AH] Tertullian, De Spetaculis
Translation, quoted from Mead , p. 133. This is your carpenter's son, your harlot's son; your Sabbath-breaker, your Samaritan , your demon-possessed! This is he whom you bought from Judas. This is he who was struck with reeds and fists, dishonored with spittle, and given a draught of gall and vinegar! This is he whom his disciples have stolen secretly, that it may be said, 'He has risen', or the gardener abstracted that his lettuces might not be damaged by the crowds of visitors!
The 'harlot's son' accusation is doubtless a commonplace. It is directly connected with Christian claims of virgin birth, but there is something of a chicken-egg problem. It is easy to imagine such a rebuttal to Christian claims, but it is also quite conceivable that the Christian version is a response to Jewish slanders about his origins. I am inclined toward the former explanation, but arguments can be made for either.

tertullian ON FASTING Andrew McGowan Introduction. If anything, tertullian is too good a source on fasting, as enthusiastic theorist
Andrew McGowan Introduction If anything, Tertullian is too good a source on fasting, as enthusiastic theorist of an ascetic tendency within the Carthaginian Church. In the treatise devoted specifically to this subject he over-argues and over-explains fasting, describing not so much a world of asceticism as one of its poles. The passing comments are often as revealing, or more so, than the detailed invective. It is possible nonetheless to use both the polemical and the incidental references in his writings as sources for partial reconstruction of the ascetic dietary practices of the Christian community in Carthage, bearing in mind that they, like the Church itself, involved considerable diversity. Taken as a whole, these writings yield information on a variety of issues regarding fasting practice: communal fasts in time of drought, pre-baptismal and penitential fasting, the relationship between fasting and eucharist, and specific customs or bodily practices associated with undertaking individual fasts (kissing, kneeling). Although the development of Tertullian’s Montanist tendencies led to increased focus on the contrasts between ascetic practices common to the rest of the Church community (the "psychics") and those associated with the New Prophecy, there is no radical disjuncture between the picture given in earlier and later treatises, other than the uniquely fulsome rhetoric of On Fasting . The Ad Scapulam (4.6), among Tertullian’s latest works, gives information similar to that of the

10. Tertullian
A study of the Fathers of the Church, the Councils and historical documents supports ordaining women as priests in the Catholic Church. I provide detailed, exhaustive evidence. tertullian. ca. 155 245 AD Italics in the text by John Wijngaards. tertullian was a lay theologian in Carthage, North Africa
ca. 155 - 245 AD
Translation from the Ante-Nicene Fathers . For a complete electronic copy, visit the Christian Classics Ethereal Library the New Advent Library or the down-loadable collection at Red Bay . Italics in the text by John Wijngaards. Tertullian was a lay theologian in Carthage, North Africa. His sincerity as a convert wasn mixed with moral rigorism and an uncompromising stand against worldly standards. This led him to leave the Church and join the Montanists in 210 AD, and later to found his own sect. Note. Encyclopedia Britannica Here are select passages that demonstrate what Tertullian thought about women.
  • Every woman carries the curse of Eve, as originator of sin. Woman is a source of temptation Among heretics, women teach, dispute, heal and, perhaps, baptize Women may not teach, baptize or take on the priestly ministry ... It is better for a man not to marry, because it is tainted with concupiscence
  • De Cultu Feminarum, book 1, chap. 1. On the Veiling of Virgins, chap. 10.

    11. The Ecole Glossary
    The Ecole Initiative The Ecole Glossary. tertullian. tertullian was the first to use the term Trinitas (trinity) to describe the Godhead.
    The Ecole Glossary
    Tertullian Tertullian (c - c CE) of North Africa (probably Carthage) was a Christian apologist and writer, one of the first to write extensively in Latin. Around , he converted to Christianity from Paganism. Later he joined the Montanists, a strict, puritan sect, and thereby passed outside of the orthodox Church. He was well-educated and admired by Jerome and Cyprian. Known as the greatest theologian of the West until Augustine , he is described as brilliant, sarcastic, and intolerant. Skeptical of the value of Greek philosophy in articulating Christian truths, Tertullian asked "What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?" His treatises, thirty-one of which still exist, are arranged according to Apologetic, Disciplinary and Controversial texts. His Apology is dedicated to proving the social injustice directed against Christians, and his Against Praxeas was written to refute Modal Monarchianism . Tertullian was the first to use the term Trinitas (trinity) to describe the Godhead. In so doing, he paved the way for the development of orthodox Trinitarian and Christological doctrines. Elise M. Bender

    12. Tertullian
    tertullian. General Information. { turtul'-ee-uhn} Quintus Septimius Florens tertullianus, b. Carthage, c.155, d. after 220, was one of the greatest Western theologians and writers of Christian antiquity. An advocate in the law courts in Rome, tertullian converted (c.193) to Christianity
    General Information Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, b. Carthage, c.155, d. after 220, was one of the greatest Western theologians and writers of Christian antiquity. Through his writings a witness to the doctrine and discipline of the early church in belief and worship is preserved. An advocate in the law courts in Rome, Tertullian converted (c.193) to Christianity. About 207 he broke with the church and joined the Montanists (see Montanism) in Africa. Soon after, however, he broke with them and formed his own party, known as the Tertullianists. An extremist by nature, he had gone through a period of licentiousness during his early years, but later he advocated a severe asceticism and discipline that his followers found hard to emulate. BELIEVE
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    Tertullian was a man of fiery temperament, great talent, and unrelenting purpose. He wrote with brilliant rhetoric and biting satire. His passion for truth led him into polemics with his enemies: in turn pagans, Jews, heretics, and Catholics. His admiration for Christian heroism under persecution seems to have been the strongest factor in his conversion. Tertullian's writings, notably Apologeticum, De praescriptione haereticorum, and De carne Christi, had a lasting effect on Christian thought, especially through those who, like Cyprian of Carthage, always regarded him as a "master." He also greatly influenced the development of Western thought and the creation of Christian ecclesiastical Latin.

    EXCERPTS FROM tertullian. EXCERPTS FROM EARLY CHURCH FATHERS. CONTENTS. Hardship as a preparatory training for virtue and victory. tertullian against heretics. 20.
    EXCERPTS FROM TERTULLIAN EXCERPTS FROM EARLY CHURCH FATHERS CONTENTS Christian truth amid manifold errors Tertullian, apologist of Truth. Philosophers drew their doctrines from Christian tradition. Pagan gods non-existent, wicked, comparatively new. Emptiness of philosophy and traditional worship. Prominent past figures discredited. Churchmen overcome the evil spirits. Christian otherworldliness.
    Invectives against the pagan world
    Christians inequitably treated for their name only. Cruelties and absurd accusations suffered by the Christians. Pagan injustice and misunderstanding. Contrast between Christian sober ways and pagan wantonness. Christians more loyal to Rome than unbelievers. Pagan disregard of the revered customs.
    Christian resistance in a hostile environment
    Christians are renouncing to exercise their considerable power. On the exemplary reaction of a Christian soldier. Unyielding firmness against compromising scorpions. Concerning flight under persecution. Imprisoned martyrs as points of reference in the Church. Hardship as a preparatory training for virtue and victory.

    14. The Tertullian Project
    tertullian latin texts, translations, editions, bibliography, links, manuscripts, text criticism, early christians, fathers The tertullian Project. A collection of material ancient and modern about the ancient Christian Latin writer tertullian and his writings
    The Tertullian Project A collection of material ancient and modern about the ancient Christian Latin writer Tertullian and his writings.
    Last updated 28 th May 2004 What's New? Digital Library/Online Books and articles Search Site Map

    15. Tertullian The Works Of Tertullian
    tertullian latin texts, translations, editions, bibliography, links, manuscripts, text criticism, early christians, fathers. The Works of tertullian.
    The Works of Tertullian
    Tertullian has left us 31 extant treatises, all in Latin. There are also a number of lost works , and a number of spurious works which have passed under his name at one time or another. Approximate English translations of the titles are attached, but the usage varies so much that texts will be referred to using the usual Latin titles. All must date between 190-220AD, but there is no agreement among scholars about a definitive dating or sequence, although there is a current chronology Works that are clearly Montanist are marked with an symbol, although Montanism began as a tendency within the church, rather than separate from it, and only gradually influenced Tertullian. His most obviously Montanist works are those written after the New Prophecy was rejected by the church authorities, and are recognisable because of his attacks upon those responsible for quenching what he saw as a movement of the Spirit. Descriptions, excerpts of passages of interest, and a summary of the lines of argument and editions are on the linked pages.
    Against unbelievers Apologeticum (Apology) Everyone sneers at the Christians - you can say anything about them, however negative, without fear of contradiction. Tertullian points out that it is unbelievers, not Christians, who have something to be ashamed of.

    16. Fathers Of The Church
    On the Apparel of Women
    BOOK I. CHAPTER I.INTRODUCTION. MODESTY IN APPAREL BECOMING TO WOMEN, IN MEMORY OF THE INTRODUCTION OF SIN INTO THE WORLD THROUGH A WOMAN. CHAPTER II.THE ORIGIN OF FEMALE ORNAMENTATION, TRACED BACK TO THE ANGELS WHO HAD FALLEN. CHAP. III.CONCERNING THE GENUINENESS OF "THE PROPHECY OF ENOCH." But since Enoch in the same Scripture has preached likewise concerning the Lord, nothing at all must be rejected by us which pertains to us; and we read that "every Scripture suitable for edification is divinely inspired. By the yews it may now seem to have been rejected for that (very) reason, just like all the other (portions) nearly which tell of Christ. Nor, of course, is this fact wonderful, that they did not receive some Scriptures which spake of Him whom even in person, speaking in their presence, they were not to receive. To these considerations is added the fact that Enoch possesses a testimony in the Apostle Jude. CHAPTER IV.WAIVING THE QUESTION OF THE AUTHORS, TERTULLIAN PROPOSES TO CONSIDER THE THINGS ON THEIR OWN MERITS. Grant now that no mark of pre-condemnation has been branded on womanly pomp by the (fact of the) fate of its authors; let nothing be imputed to those angels besides their repudiation of heaven and (their) carnal marriage: let us examine the qualities of the things themselves, in order that we may detect the purposes also for which they are eagerly desired.

    17. Tertullian : MSS Known To Trithemius In 1492
    Academic discussion of Trithemius on tertullian.
    Pages Text Translation Discussion ... References In 1492 the Abbot Trithemius was writing his catalogue of Church Writers, De scriptoribus ecclesiasticis . Since only the Apologeticum had been printed at this date, any work he refers to must be a reference to a manuscript. Fascinatingly he refers to De extasi . The original edition was published by Johann Amerbach in 1494, but versions in manuscript form also exist. This photocopy is taken from a copy printed in 1515, the year before Trithemius died. I have seen the editio princeps also, which has the same text. Pages The text I have also compared it with the later edition of 1546 which has extra appendices, Peter Quentel (Coloniae) has prefatory matter by Trithemius from Spanheim, 1492. Abbreviations have been expanded where possible. This is the entry for Tertullian. The 3 rd column is the first few words of each treatise: Tertullianus presbyter, patria carthaginensis africanae prouinciae, patre Centurione viro proconsulari, homo acris et vehementis ingenii, tam in diuinis qui in secularibus scripturis doctissimus, quippe qui apud carthaginem rhetoricam multis annis gloriose docuit, scripsit latino sermone pene infinita opuscula in quibus haereticorum errores fortiter contriuit. Huius scripta beatissimus martyr Cyprianus in tanta veneratione habuit, ut nullum sine eorum lectione diem preteriret. Dicere enim ad notarium suum consueuerat, Da magistrum, Tertullianum videlicet designans. Tandem in errorem Montani dilapsus dicitur propter quod eius opuscula inter apocrypha computantur.xv di.sancta romana. Et licet in aliquibus erraverit, in multis tamen bene scripsit, sicut eius volumina testantur, De quibus vidi:

    18. Tertullian
    tertullian on Early Christian Writings the New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, and Church Fathers information and translations of Gospels, Epistles, and
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    19. Tertullian (Roberts-Donaldson)
    tertullian on Early Christian Writings. tertullian. ON BAPTISM. Only, I pray that, when you are asking, you be mindful likewise of tertullian the sinner.
    TERTULLIAN ON BAPTISM. [TRANSLATED BY THE REV. S. THELWALL.] CHAP. I.INTRODUCTION. ORIGIN OF THE TREATISE. HAPPY iS our sacrament Of water, in that, by washing away the sins of our early blindness, we are set free and admitted into eternal life! A treatise on this matter will not be superfluous; instructing not only such as are just becoming formed (in the faith), but them who, content with having simply believed, without full examination of the grounds of the traditions, carry (in mind), through ignorance, an untried though probable faith. The consequence is, that a viper of the Cainite heresy, lately conversant in this quarter, has carried away a great number with her most venomous doctrine, making it her first aim to destroy baptism. Which is quite in accordance with nature; for vipers and asps and basilisks themselves generally do affect arid and waterless places. But we, little fishes, after the example of our IX q S Jesus Christ, are born in water, nor have we safety in any other way than by permanently abiding in water; so that most monstrous creature, who had no right to teach even sound doctrine, knew full well how to kill the little fishes, by taking them away from the water! CHAP. II.THE VERY SIMPLICITY OF GOD'S MEANS OF WORKING, A

    20. Christmas Tree Decorating - History Of The Christmas Tree
    The history of Christmas trees is outlined in this article, from the Church Father tertullian's polemics against the Roman Saturnalia to the increasing popularity of growing your own trees.
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