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  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • stands before us as a Roman of no particularly high literary
    • eloquence. Although he was a Roman, Tertullian was absolutely
    • persecutions of the Romans is couched in words of tremendous
    • hollowness of Roman worship, all his writings give evidence
    • one of the writings in which he inveighs against the Romans for their
    • Christians in the Roman Empire at this period.’



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