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This Whole Confession of These Beings, in which they Declare that ...
... tell you that there is no God but one, the God whom we adore, is quite sufficient
to clear us from the crime of treason, chiefly against the Roman religion. ...
/.../tertullian/apology/chapter xxiv this whole confession.htm

Introductory Chapter.
... But the good influence was only short-lived: the mercenary spirit of the Roman religion,
so rife at that era, was infused into the new Orders, and the ...
/.../luckock/studies in the book of common prayer/introductory chapter.htm

Grecian Literature, and the Roman Empire.
... Was the Greek, mythology the work of artistic fantasy and a religion of poesy, so
was the Roman the work of calculation adapted to state purposes, political ...
/.../history of the christian church volume i/section 12 grecian literature and.htm

The Roman Empire at the Time of the Birth of Christ. Upwards of a ...
... and thus, at this period, the educated portion of the population of the Roman Empire
had all an opportunity of becoming acquainted with the religion of the ...
/.../christianbookshelf.org/killen/the ancient church/chapter i the roman empire.htm

The Church under the Roman Empire
... in favour of the Christians; and from the time of his sole supremacy, AD324,
Christianity and not Paganism became the acknowledged religion of the Roman empire ...
/.../blunt/a key to the knowledge of church history/chapter vi the church under.htm

Of the Sixth Seal.
... slaughter, routed, and dispersed; until at length, in complete despair, no one could
be found who would bring assistance to the Roman religion falling with ...
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The Roman Power.
... his friend, Antipas, an Edomite by birth, and of the Jewish religion, persuaded
him ... The great awfulness of the Roman power was in the sureness of its conquests ...
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The Roman Conflagration and the Neronian Persecution.
... The Roman empire was at first, by its laws of justice, the protector of ... But now it
rushed into deadly conflict with the new religion, and opened, in the name ...
/.../history of the christian church volume i/section 37 the roman conflagration.htm

In the Fifteenth Year of Tiberius C├Žsar and under the Pontificate ...
... religion. The ancient Roman religion had long given place to foreign rites,
the more mysterious and unintelligible the more enticing. It ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xi in the fifteenth.htm

Galilee
... imported rites. In any case, a synthesis was rapidly established between these
cults and the official Graeco-Roman religion. The names ...
/.../lake/landmarks in the history of early christianity/i galilee.htm

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
Roman Religion

ROMAN RELIGION

See ROMAN EMPIRE AND CHRISTIANITY, III; ROME, IV.

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Irony: The Roman Soldiers to Jesus

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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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