Justin Martyr


Justin Martyr (100-165 AD), also known as Saint Justin, was an early Christian from Nablus on the West Bank, who was martyred in Rome.[1] He is known for his writings defending Christianity.

References


  1. Lebreton, J. (1910). "Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Justin Martyr" . newadvent.org. Retrieved 29 March 2013.









Categories: 2nd century births | 165 deaths | Christian saints




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