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  1. Tertullian and his apologetics: a study of early Christian thought by John B Delaunay, 2010-08-08
  2. Q. Sept. Flor. Tertullian's Sämmtliche Schriften, Übers. Und Bearb. Von F.a. Von Besnard (German Edition) by Quintus Septimius F. Tertullianus, 2010-01-12
  3. Von der Notwendigkeit des Leidens: Die Theologie des Martyriums bei Tertullian (Forschungen zur Kirchen- und Dogmengeschichte) (German Edition) by Wiebke Bahnk, 2001
  4. Tertullian's treatises, Concerning prayer, Concerning baptism by ca 160-ca. 230 Tertullian, 2010-08-08
  5. History of the Planting and Training of the Christian Church by the Apostles.Also, the Antignostikus; Or, Spirit of Tertullian in Two Volumes Vol. II by Augustus Neander, 2010-02-04
  6. The Ante-Nicene Fathers: Latin Christianity: Its Founder, Tertullian. I. Apologetic; Ii. Anti-Marcion; Iii. Ethical by Bernhard Pick, Ernest Cushing Richardson, et all 2010-02-10
  7. Das Neue Testament Tertullian's (Latin Edition) by Tertullian, Hermann Rönsch, 2010-02-16
  8. Tertullian (German Edition) by Ernst Noeldechen, 2010-04-02
  9. Tertullian'S Psychologie Und Eckenntnisstheorie (German Edition) by G R. Hauschild, 2010-01-09
  10. Syntax Und Stil Des Tertullian (German Edition) by Heinrich Hoppe, 2010-01-10
  11. The apology of Tertullian by ca 160-ca. 230 Tertullian, William Reeve, et all 2010-09-08
  12. Tertullian On the testimony of the soul and On the "prescription" of heretics by ca 160-ca. 230 Tertullian, T Herbert 1861-1931 Bindley, 2010-08-08
  13. The Writings of Quintus Sept. Flor. Tertullianus (Volume 1) by Tertullian, 2010-10-14
  14. Tertullian's Ethik (1885) (German Edition) by Gunther Wolfram Ludwig, 2010-09-10

81. Tertullian Spruch
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82. Anno Domini - Tertullian's Apocalyptic Vision
tertullian's Apocalyptic Vision. And the kings of the earth, who committedfornication tertullian's Apocalyptic Vision, Back To Index.

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Apocalyptic Vision And the kings of the earth, who committed fornication and were wanton with [the great whore of Babylon ], will weep and wail over
her when they see smoke of her burning…
And the merchants of the earth
weep and mourn for her, since no
one buys their cargo any more…
Revelations 18:9 Surprisingly, the delay (or non-occurrence) of the anticipated apocalypse did not cause a major trauma in the early Church. Rather, it led to a remarkable evolution in Christian consciousness - the coexistence of a sincere expectation of the imminent Parousia with a willingness to accept and even embrace a continuance of human history. The fiery second-century Christian apologist Tertullian (d.225) gave eloquent expression to this ostensibly contradictory mindset. The same Tertullian who had predicted the Last Judgment with a terrifying, visceral immediacy - "magistrates … liquefying in fiercer flames than they kindled in their rage against the Christians" and "great kings … groaning in the depths of darkness" - could also pray in earnest for "Emperors, for their ministers and those in authority, for the security of the world, for peace on earth, for postponement of the end." In the centuries that followed Tertullian, the fervent anticipation of the Second Coming increasingly accommodated a belief that, through his life, death, and resurrection, Jesus had already fundamentally transformed the meaning of human history and existence.

83. Tertullian
Dr. Ken Johnson teaches on first century fathers, tertullian, ancient scrolls,ancient texts, church history, bible books. tertullian By Dr. Ken Johnson.
By Dr. Ken Johnson Tertullian was a great writer from about 190 to 200 after 200 AD he joined the Montanists heresy. He made popular the Idea of three strikes and you are out theology. Although this is probably based on the fact that during the persecutions many went back to paganism. Later this would be interpreted that committing any kind of sin three times and you loose your salvation. note: if the fathers believed in eternal security why did they just attach his three times idea instead of stating it is impossible anyway. The teachings of Tertullian are as follows:
  • Apology 5 - The Roman Senate rejected the petition to make Jesus officially recognized as a God.
  • Apology 7 - We are accused of observing a holy rite in which we kill a little child and then eat it; in which, after the feast, we practice incest.
  • Apology 9 - In Gaul children were sacrificed to Saturn and the old sacrificed to Mercury in the time of Tiberius. And the Romans crucified all the priests. Christians do not sacrifice young, old, or even destroy the fetus in the womb. Other pagan rites that Christians would never do are: cannibalism, blood letting to make a pact, eating raw flesh, blood sausage, human blood, incest, and adultery. The god Saturn was once a man, says historians.
  • Apology 45 - Which is more perfect, to forbid adultery, or to restrain from even a single lustful look?

84. Lt-Antiq: Tertullian And Praying For The Empire
tertullian and praying for the empire. Subject tertullian and praying for the empireFrom Richard Landes (rlandes@BU.EDU) Date Wed Aug 02 2000 162451 EDT.
Tertullian and praying for the empire
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Date: Wed Aug 02 2000 - 16:24:51 EDT Has anyone done or seen anything recently on Tertullian's passage in the
Apology on praying for the security of the Roman Empire? I assume this was
done before his Montanist stage, but I know all of that is rather
murky. Any thoughts on the shift from anti-Roman to pro-Roman attitudes
among Christians in this period?
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85. Lt-Antiq: Re: Tertullian And Praying For The Empire
Re tertullian and praying for the empire. I don't think that tertullian'sposition is really that unusual in Christian thought.
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Date: Wed Aug 02 2000 - 21:08:24 EDT Is this so much a shift from anti-Roman to pro-Roman attitudes, as a
reflection of Paul's insistence in Romans 13 that secular authorities had
power from God? I don't think that Tertullian's position is really that
unusual in Christian thought.
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86. Persönlichkeiten Der Antike - Lateinische Autoren - Terenz - Tertullian
top. Q. Septimius Florens tertullianus tertullian (160 ca. tertullian -;tertullian - Catholic Encyclopedia; tertullian - Coptic Church Review;
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Seiteninhalt: Terenz Tertullian P. Terentius Afer: Terenz (ca 190 - 159 v. Chr.) - Werk: Kömodien Allgemein

87. Harvard University Press/Tertullian, Apology And De Spectaculis. Octavius
Octavius by tertullian Translated by TR Glover Minucius Felix Translatedby GH Rendall, WCA Kerr, published by Harvard University Press.
Apology and De Spectaculis. Octavius
Translated by T. R. Glover
Minucius Felix
Translated by G. H. Rendall, W. C. A. Kerr
January 1931
480 pages
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89. Tertullian's Letter On Prayer
PRAYER. by tertullian. Chapter 1. Jesus Christ our Lord the Spiritof God and the Word of God and the Reason of Godthe Word (which

90. Tertullian's Letter On Patience
PATIENCE. by tertullian. CHAPTER 1. Confess to the Lord my God thatI certainly have courage, not to say presumption, to have dared

91. Symbolical And Allegorical Language On The Eucharist -- Tertullian, St. Cyprian,
tertullian, St. Cyprian, Origen and St. Clement of Alexandria on theEucharist. DG tertullian's and Cyprian's views were symbolic .
Tertullian, St. Cyprian, Origen and St. Clement of Alexandria on the Eucharist Analysis of "Symbolical" and Allegorical Language These posts originally appeared in the FidoNet OpenBible conference in April 1996 in response to a prominent anti-Catholic Baptist of FidoNet, David Goforth (his words ), and concluded in FidoNet RCatholic with the help of a young traditionalist Catholic, Brett Johnson (a/k/a Tim Rivera) in June 1996. Philip Schaff is quoted from his multi-volume History of the Christian Church , a source that is popular among Protestant Reformed apologists since it contains a lot of anti-Catholic bias (along with some good objective history). I counter Schaff's comments with two more respected 20th century Protestant patristic scholars of Christian doctrine and the Eucharist: JND Kelly (a more liberal Anglican), and Darwell Stone (an Anglo-Catholic who compiled a massive two-volume work early in the 20th century). For more from the Church Fathers, see This is My Body: Eucharist in the Early Fathers DG> Tertullian's and Cyprian's views were "symbolic" PP> Quote me the statements of Tertullian using the word "figure" and I will deal with them. Both J.N.D. Kelly and Darwell Stone cover that. Tertullian was no Baptist. Neither was Cyprian.

92. Did Tertullian Reject Infant Baptism? Paedobaptism, Tertullian, North Africa Chu
Did tertullian Reject Infant Baptism? Answers the question whether tertullian(and the church in North Africa) rejected Infant Baptism (Paedobaptism).
Did Tertullian Reject Infant Baptism? Tertullian , treatise on BAPTISM 18,4 (c. AD 200-206) "According to circumstance and disposition and even age of the individual person, it may be better to delay Baptism; and especially so in the case of little children. Why, indeed, is it necessary if it be not a case of necessity that the sponsors to be thrust into danger, when they themselves may fail to fulfill their promises by reason of death, or when they may be disappointed by the growth of an evil disposition? Indeed the Lord says, 'Do not forbid them to come to me' [Matt 19:14; Luke 18:16]. "Let them come, then, while they grow up, while they learn, while they are taught to whom to come; let them become Christians when they will have been able to know Christ! Why does the innocent age hasten to the remission of sins? ...For no less cause should the unmarried also be deferred, in whom there is an aptness to temptation in virgins on account of their ripeness as also in the widowed on account of their freedom until they are married or are better strengthened for continence. Anyone who understands the seriousness of Baptism will fear its reception more than its deferral. Sound faith is secure of its salvation!" Date: 04-15-98 / From: CHARLIE RAY / To: SEAN M. BROOKS

The character ' doubles as an apostrophe, when necessary. tertullian AD NATIONES.(1)TRANSLATED BY DR. tertullian URGES THIS WITH MUCH INDIGNATION.

94. Tertullian
The Early Church, tertullian (c. 160 c. 225). The Early Church, A prolifictheologian, tertullian wrote both apologetic and polemical works.
c c The Early Church
African theologian and apologist who became a Montanist.

Tertullian, Prescription of Heretics A prolific theologian, Tertullian wrote both apologetic and polemical works. In his apologetic works he defends and explains early Christianity to cultured critics. In his writing for Christians, he maintains that Christianity is conducive to good citizenship and salutary for the state. Writing for Christians he urges a rigorous and disciplined Christianity. In his programmatic early work, Prescription of Heretics , Tertullian argues that the Catholic Church alone possesses truth and the proper interpretation of Scripture. This need not, he maintains, be argued but only asserted. Tertullian anticipates many leading themes of western theology in his writing, including the strong western emphasis on original sin. He also anticipates the concepts eventually used to settle the Trinitarian and Christological controversies addressed at the Council of Nicea I and Chalcedon At the end of his life, the rigorist and puritanical strain in Tertullian's theology and his criticism of what he took to be Catholic laxity led him to the

95. Tertullian - Acapedia - Free Knowledge, For All
tertullian. The statement of Augustine ((Haer., lxxxvi) that before his death tertullianreturned to the bosom of the Catholic Church is very improbable.
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96. Oneira - Dream Wisdom: Tertullian On Dream Sources
~ ONEIRA ~ Dream Wisdom. Quotes on Dreams and Dream interpretation. tertullianON DREAM SOURCES. tertullian found that dreams occur from four sources.
Dream Wisdom
Quotes on Dreams and Dream interpretation
Tertullian found that [dreams] occur from four sources. There are dreams caused by demons; indeed, they inflict most of them, although these dreams "sometimes turn out true and favorable to us". There are also dreams that come from God, and according to Tertullian "almost the greater part of mankind get their knowledge of God from dreams." Third, there are natural dreams that the soul apparently creates for itself from an "intense application to special circumstances." And in the final category are dreams that come from none of these but must be ascribed "to what is purely and simply the ecstatic state and its peculiar conditions"; in other words, the unconscious, the state of standing aside from consciousness.
He called attention to the fact that he was omitting any category based on "ingenious conjecture" about the effect of physical activities, and criticized Plato and other for holding that the physical body, the liver, fasting, or the like have any particular effect on dreaming. He saw dreams basically as psychic phenomena common to all men, which can be understood only through careful consideration of men's experiences. Indeed, his total discussion is an example of skillful understanding of the human psyche.
- Morton T. Kelsey, in: God, Dreams, and Revelation

97. Tertullian, Q
Translate this page tertullian, QS, Apologeticus. Becker, C. (Hrsg.), Kösel, München 1952.

98. Tertullian And The Church - Cambridge University Press
In this study tertullian’s writings are examined in the context of the developingearly church. Religion. tertullian and the Church. David Rankin. £50.00.
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In stock Was Tertullian of Carthage a schismatic? How did he view the church and its bishops? How did he understand the exercise of authority within the church? In this study David Rankin sets the writings of Tertullian in the context of the early third-century church and the developments it was undergoing in relation to both its structures and its self-understanding. He then discusses Tertullian’s own theology of the church, his imagery and his perception of church office and ministry. Tertullian maintained throughout his career a high view of the church, and this in part constituted the motivation for his vitriolic attacks on the church’s hierarchy after he had joined the New Prophecy movement. His contribution to the development of the church has often been misunderstood, and this thorough exploration provides a timely reassessment of its nature and importance.
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99. Fathers Of The Early Church Speak
Christians are unfamiliar with the work of Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch,Polycarp of Smyrna, Justin the Martyr, Irenaeus, tertullian, Origen, Cyprian
The Fathers of the Church spread the gospel of Jesus Christ, defended the Church in apologetic writing and fought the many heresies of the first six centuries of Christianity. These men, also called Apostolic Fathers, gave special witness to the faith, some dying the death of a martyr. Like Jesus who referred to Abraham as a spiritual father (Luke 16: 24) and St. Paul, who referred to himself in the same terms (1 Cor 4: 15), the Fathers were zealous for the word of God. Their writings are a testimony to the faith of the early Church, yet many Christians are unfamiliar with the work of Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, Polycarp of Smyrna, Justin the Martyr, Irenaeus, Tertullian, Origen, Cyprian of Carthage, Athanasius, Ephraim, Cyril of Jerusalem, Hilary of Poitiers or Gregory the Great to name of few of the early Fathers. Each month we will provide biographical information and examples of the writing of these great men of faith. Our focus here will be on Tertullian.
Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullian was born to pagan parents in Carthage, North Africa between 155-160 A.D. A lawyer by profession, he converted to Christianity in 193 A.D. and became a Catholic apologist until 212 A.D., when he succumbed to the Montanist heresy (among other beliefs they held that sins committed after baptism could not be forgiven and practiced a severe asceticism). His writings during his period of orthodoxy arguably represent the first in the new vernacular of the West, Latin, by a Christian author. His prolific writings are often quoted by later Christians, especially St. Jerome and St. Augustine. His most famous work entitled simply, "Apology" is preserved in no less than 36 codices. Written about 197 A.D., it's most quoted phrase is, no doubt, "The blood of martyrs is the seed of Christians!" Tertullian wrote many other works, some of which are quoted below. He died between 240-250 A.D.

100. Tertullian - Ante-Nicene - Writing Of The Early Church Fathers On SearchGodsWord
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