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The Roman army as a model for Christian behaviour

God’s sanctioning of Roman authorities

Christians taking each other to civil courts

Eating meat that has been sacrificed to idols

Christians urged to honour the emperor

"Peace and Security"

The destruction of the lawless one

Paul is seized in the Jerusalem Temple, and appeals to his Roman citizenship

Paul’s defence before Felix the procurator

Paul appeals to the emperor

Festus the procurator consults King Agrippa II

Roman laws and God’s laws

The relics of Christ’s cross as vehicles of Roman power

Natural law, Jewish law, and Roman law

Christianity cannot be blamed for past or present catastrophes

The immorality of Roman behaviour
The temporal nature of Roman laws and religious practices

Roman law and its failure to protect the Roman gods

The role of religious rites in Roman self-definition

Roman laws are only necessary because their gods do not exist


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