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Title: : The life and work of Justin Martyr

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He started teaching philosophy and in about 132 AD he met an old man on the seashore in Ephesus who showed him some of the failings of Platonism and how the Old Testament Prophets predicted and pointed to the coming of Jesus Christ. Justin was soon convinced that Christianity was “the one sure working philosophy” and was converted after being won over by the courage of the early Christian Martyrs...

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Justin was soon convinced that Christianity was “the one sure working philosophy” and was converted after being won over by the courage of the early Christian Martyrs. Justin decided to continue practising as a philosopher but soon after his conversion he dedicated the rest of his life to the defence of Christianity...

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