Classic Studies on Persecution in Early Christianity (7 vols.)•
As Christianity crossed national and cultural borders and the number of Christians swelled, the religion showed its revolutionary potential and threatened Roman authority. To suppress the growing faith, Roman government persecuted Christians in brutal and often grotesque ways. Emperors Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Domitian, Trajan, Hadrian, Valerian, Decius, and Diocletian each played a part in violently opposing the fastest growing religion of their time.
The Classic Studies on Persecution in Early Christianity (7 vols.) collection examines the persecution Christians faced under each of these emperors. The texts explore the historical context from a variety of angles, highlighting the conflict between Christian teachings and Roman administration, revealing not hate for a group of people, but fear of a revolution.
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- Historical examinations of the persecution early Christians faced
- Studies of each emperor who persecuted Christians
- A variety of angles and approaches to explore the conflict
- Title: Classic Studies on Persecution in Early Christianity
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 2,281