The second-century Christian theologian Tertullian once said “It is certain because it is impossible.”
Tertullian said nearly the same thing, and no one has ever doubted HIS sincerity.
Tertullian believes that the soul is corporeal, and that it has a certain figure.
Tertullian, in his Apology, gives four chapters to the subject, and one of these seems to be an alternative draft.
And so does Tertullian, which liquor pressed from apples, he says, was most strong and vinous.
Tertullian repels the charge, and demonstrates their loyalty to the emperor and to their country.
Tertullian asserted that fossils resulted from the flood of Noah.
A man like Tertullian knew how to protect himself in his own way from this defect, but his attitude is not typical.
All was dark yet splendid—as that ebony to which has been likened the style of Tertullian.
Tertullian, whose heavy diatribes are to be found in large libraries, was bitter in his opposition to marriage.