Gaius Marius Victorinus

Gaius Marius Victorinus, also known as Victorinus, converted from paganism to Christianity “at an advanced old age” (c. 355).  His conversion is historically important in foreshadowing the conversion of more and more of the traditionally pagan intellectual class.  He wrote various theological and exegetical works, as well as translating two of Aristotle’s books from ancient Greek into Latin.

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