(d. ca. 327). Teacher of rhetoric Sicca, Numidia; first a pagan and opponent of Christianity; after conversion wrote Adversus nationes as public avowal of sincerity (reveals great familiarity with classics, but deficient in Biblical and Christian knowledge). See also Lactantius Firmianus; Minucius Felix, Marcus.
See bibliography under Patristics.
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