The laws of siqriqon
Caiaphas, the high priest, wants to have Jesus killed to avoid Roman retaliation on the Jews
Jesus and Pilate
On the manner in which the Christian congregation should receive imperial decrees and the word of God.
That God inspired Caesar Augustus to conduct the census at the time of Christ’s incarnation
Christians condemned in Roman courts on account of their name
The hidden symbolism in Rome’s displays of power
Hadrian’s Rescript to Minucius Fundanus
Petition for Christians to be examined fairly in the law courts
The limits of Roman rule
Appeal for reform in trials of Christians
Juvenal’s depiction of the proselytes and of their exclusiveness.
The downfall of the Roman empire