Tertulius

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Tertulius was the prosecutor of Paul at the trial before the Roman procurator Felix, where Tertulius summed up his charges against Paul as follows:[1]

"The plain truth is that we find this man [Paul] a perfect pest; he stirs up trouble among Jews the world over, and is a ringleader of the Nazarene sect".

References

  1. Acts 24:5
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