Tertullian on Prayer
A theme for which the writings of Tertullian may be studied with profit is the place of prayer in the life of the church. This study draws attention to and serves as an introduction to a field of study on prayer that has many riches for those who will mine there.
Some Reflections on Justin Martyr and the Nativity Narratives
This article gives some reflections on the interpretations of Justin Martyr and Tertullian on the role of the wise men in the birth narratives of Jesus Christ.
Issues in Religious Toleration from the Reformation to the Present Day
What is religious toleration? Is it the same thing as freedom of conscience? How is this toleration related to God's toleration of sinners? This article gives primarily a historical overview of how toleration functioned since the sixteenth century Reformation. It starts with the classic development of a theory of toleration first expressed by Tertullian.
Tertullian – Victim of Caricature
Tertullian is often an unattractive figure to modern people. He had a strict asceticism, and his departure into Montanism does not help to popularize him. This paper focuses on what Tertullian's position was with regard to philosophy (notably irrationalism) and the philosophers of his day.
The Church Fathers
This article on church history looks at the church from the West and East with attention given to: the apostolic fathers - Clement of Rome, Ignatius, and Polycarp; the apologists - Justin Martyr and Tertullian; and the polemicists - Irenaeus, Cyprian, and Origen.
The Trinity: Tertullian and Hilary
This article looks at the doctrine of the Trinity in the early church, specifically Tertullian and Hillary of Poitier's view of the Trinity.
This article is about Tertullian, born in the middle of the 2nd Century A.D. in Carthage.