Early Christian Procecution in The Roman Empire
"The Persecution of early Christians in the Roman Empire"
Christian persecution was a dramatic part of early church history.
Christian persecution started with Jesus himself. He was asked
directly at trial, "Are you the Christ, the Son of the Blessed One?"
His first two words were "I am." The religious leaders in Jerusalem
knew what Jesus was saying. It was very clear to them that He was
claiming to be God. Jesus was put to death on the cross for
the crime of blasphemy, thus becoming the first victim for what
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