Roman Empire: The Right of Appeal
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Introduction
... and mind of the Christian community in the Roman Empire. ... the religious philosophy
of the Greco-Roman world to a ... those corruptions had a certain right of appeal ...
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The Division Between East and West
... disclaimers of any wish for or right to supreme ... Universal Bishop," a title which
the Roman Pontiffs have ... a reaction in the other extreme in the Western empire. ...
/.../a key to the knowledge of church history/chapter ix the division between.htm

The Papal Power in the Church
... he would treat with all honour the Roman legates in ... a sentence of distraint of goods
without any right of appeal ... that the whole Church of the Empire is subject ...
/.../medley/the church and the empire/chapter x the papal power.htm

Troubles of the Closing Years.
... and active aid of the other half of the empire. ... [271] In truth the supremacy of the
Roman see, as it ... at Nic├Ža, or at Sardica, where a certain right of appeal ...
/.../basil/basil letters and select works/x troubles of the closing years.htm

Luke's Attitude Towards the Roman World
... destined not to destroy but to recreate the empire. ... grossly misrepresented the character
of Roman procedure, and ... If the accusation is right, any Roman citizen ...
/.../ramsay/was christ born in bethlehem/chapter 3 lukes attitude towards.htm

Enrollment by Households in Egypt
... an industrial occupation; but Wilcken seems clearly right in regarding ... some parts
at least of the empire the enrollment ... to be the only properly Roman kind of ...
/.../ramsay/was christ born in bethlehem/chapter 7 enrollment by households.htm

Constantine Enacts a Law in Favor of Celibates and of the Clergy.
... the usage which prevailed throughout the Roman empire, to make a ... from taxation, and
permitted litigants to appeal to the ... history, it would not be right to omit ...
/.../the ecclesiastical history of sozomenus/chapter ix constantine enacts a law.htm

The Design and Unity of Luke's History
... inclined to do while writing The Church in the Roman Empire). ... their judgment, and
that, if I be right, they have ... however great he may be; and we appeal to fact ...
/.../ramsay/was christ born in bethlehem/chapter 2 the design and.htm

The Doctrinal Standards of the Russo-Greek Church.
... granted to widowed and divorced priests the right of remarriage ... have favored the
restoration of the empire, and June ... calculated to win favor for the Roman Church ...
/.../ 19 the doctrinal standards.htm

Christ's Witnesses
... by the Sanhedrim, a prison in Caesarea, an appeal to Caesar ... by which two pressures
acting at right angles to ... of things to say that the Roman Empire came into ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture the acts/christs witnesses.htm

Nave's Topical Index
Acts 25:10,21
Then said Paul, I stand at Caesar's judgment seat, where I ought to be judged: to the Jews have I done no wrong, as you very well know.
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Subtopics

Irony: The Roman Soldiers to Jesus

Roman

Roman Army

Roman Empire

Roman Empire: Citizenship In by Birth

Roman Empire: Citizenship In by Purchase

Roman Empire: Ruled by Augustus Caesar

Roman Empire: Ruled by Claudius Caesar

Roman Empire: Ruled by Nero

Roman Empire: Ruled by Tiberius Caesar

Roman Empire: The Right of Appeal

Roman Empire: The Right of Trial

Roman Empire: The Rights of Citizens

Roman Law

Roman Religion

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Citizenship of Exempted from the Degradation Scourging

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Citizenship of Obtained by Birth

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Citizenship of Obtained by Purchase

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Grecian Game Adapted by Crowning of Conquerors

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Grecian Game Adapted by Foot Races

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Grecian Game Adapted by Gladiatorial Fights

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Grecian Game Adapted by Rules Observed in Conducting

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Grecian Game Adapted by Training of Combatants

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Grecian Game Adapted by Wrestling

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Accusation in Writing Placed Over the Head of Those

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Accused Person Protected from Popular Violence

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Accusers and Accused Confronted Together

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of all Appeals Made to the Emperor

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Criminals Delivered Over to the Soldiers for Execution

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Garments of Those Executed Given to the Soldiers

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Person Accused, Examined by Scourging

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Power of Life and Death Vested in Its Authorities

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Prisoners Chained to Soldiers for Safety

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Judicial Affairs of Those Who Appealed to Caesar, to be Brought Before Him

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Crowning of Soldiers Who Distinguished Themselves

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Danger of Sentinels' Sleeping

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Different Military officers

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Expunging from the Muster Roll Name of Soldiers Guilty of

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Hardship Endured by Soldiers

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Italian and Augustus' Band

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Soldiers not Allowed to Entangle Themselves With Earthly

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Strict Obedience to Superiors

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of The Soldier's Special Comrade Who Shared his Toils

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Triumphs of Victorious Generals

The Roman Empire: Allusions to Military Affairs of Use of the Panoply or Defensive Armour

The Roman Empire: Called the World from Its Extent

The Roman Empire: Emperors of, Mentioned: Augustus

The Roman Empire: Emperors of, Mentioned: Claudius

The Roman Empire: Emperors of, Mentioned: Nero

The Roman Empire: Emperors of, Mentioned: Tiberius

The Roman Empire: Judea a Province of, Under a Procurator or a Governor

The Roman Empire: Predictions Respecting: Its Division Into Ten Parts

The Roman Empire: Predictions Respecting: Its Universal Dominion

The Roman Empire: Predictions Respecting: Origin of Papal Power In

The Roman Empire: Represented by The: Legs of Iron in Nebuchadnezzar's Vision

The Roman Empire: Represented by The: Terrible Beast in Daniel's Vision

The Roman Empire: Rome the Capitol of

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