Tertullian

(160 - 220)

Tertullian in his early twenties traveled to Rome, where he was impressed by the early Christian martyrs. He returned home to Carthage in his mid-thirties and converted to Christianity. In his fifties, the founder of Latin Christian theology left the Catholic Church because of its moral “laxity” to join the more severe sect known as the Montanists.

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