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" ... party denies himself to be a Christian, and shall make it evident that he is not, by invoking our gods, let him (notwithstanding any former suspicion) be pardoned upon his repentance. Informations without the accuser's name subscribed ought not to... "
The history of the Church of Christ ... to A.D. 313 - Sivu 273
1862
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The Letters of Pliny the Consul: With Occasional Remarks, Nide 1

Pliny (the Younger.) - 1747 - 690 sivua
...in politics ; for accufer's name fubfcribed, ought not to be received in profecutions of any fort ; as it is introducing a very dangerous precedent, and...no means agreeable to the equity of my government. for he lays it down as a general maxim, that " wherever the " Religion of any ftate falls into difregard...

The Letters of Pliny the Consul: With Occasional Remarks, Nide 2

Pliny (the Younger) - 1807
...(notwithstanding any former suspicion) be pardoned upon hi* repentance. Informations without the accuser'g name subscribed, ought not to be received in prosecutions...no means agreeable to the equity of my government. raised a surmise, that (hey were of the Bacchanalian kind. For it is extremely observable, that in...

The Letters of Pliny the Consul, Niteet 1–2

Pliny (the Younger.) - 1809
...evidence of the holy religion they professed, nobly dared, at all hazard, to render themselves voking our gods ; let him (notwithstanding any former suspicion)...no means agreeable to the equity of my government. LETTER XCIX. TO THE EMPEROR TRAJAN. THE elegant and beautiful city of Amastris,* sir, has, among other...

A translation of the epistles of Clement ... Polycarp and Ignatius: and of ...

Clement I ((st) pope.) - 1833
...be proved, they must be punished; with this restriction, however, that where the party denies he is a Christian, and shall make it evident that he is...no means agreeable to the equity of my government. I 4 • ' ...

Valerius: A Roman Story, Nide 2

John Gibson Lockhart - 1835
...be proved, they must be punished ; with this restriction, however, that where the party denies he is a Christian, and shall make it evident that he is...no means agreeable to the equity of my government. THE EMD. MAY 2 7 1957 ...

The Lives and Times of the Most Distinguished Christian Fathers, Tothe Close ...

William H. Coffin - 1846 - 396 sivua
...be proved, they must be punished ; with this restriction, however, that where the party denies he is a Christian, and shall make it evident that he is...no means agreeable to the equity of my government." It was under this emperor, that Clement of Rome is supposed to have suffered and died. He continued...

Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, System of universal knowledge, Nide 5

Encyclopaedia - 1849
...gods, let him, (notwithstanding any former suspicion) be pardoned upon his repentance. Information without the accuser's name subscribed, ought not to...no means agreeable to the equity of my government. THE LIFE 01 APOLLONIUS TYAN^IUS WITH A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE MIRACLES OF SCRIPTURE AOTI THOSE ELSEWHERE...

Ancient Christianity Exemplified: In the Private, Domestic, Social, and ...

Lyman Coleman - 1852 - 645 sivua
...subscribed ought not to be received in prosecutions of any sort ; as it is introducing a very * Deaconesses. dangerous precedent, and by no means agreeable to...meetings were held in the morning, before daylight. Tertullian styles them conventus antelucanos, assemblies convened before the dawn. It was a general...

Annals of Christian martyrdom, by the author of 'The lives of the popes ...

Christian martyrdom - 1855
...accuser's name subscribed, ought not to be received in prosecutions of any sort, as it is introducing n very dangerous precedent, and by no means agreeable to the equity of my government." There is an evident intention discovered in this letter to restrain and even check the persecutions...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

Edward Gibbon, William George Smith - 1857 - 677 sivua
...before you, and the crime is proved, they must be punished ; with the restriction, however, that where the party denies himself to be a Christian, and shall...no means agreeable to the equity of my government." The persecution was renewed under Hadrian for a short time, ceased altogether under the peaceful reign...




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