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On the granting of Roman citizenship to a foreigner from a federate city.
On the two patriae
On the superiority of the Romans because of their religious beliefs and their pietas.
Prohibition of any rituals of pagan cult

Christian citizenship and Roman citizenship

The Romans are not a nation but they are made for waging wars
The suffering of the empire is due to Roman religious ignorance

The irony of Roman lordship

The treatment of prominent Romans found to be Christians

The criminality that pervades Roman law

The eagerness of lapsed Christians to sacrifice under the Decian edict

Christians who have acquired fake certificates of pagan sacrifice

Rome’s shameful origins

That persecution of Christians under the Romans cannot be attributed to an inferior deity

Antoninus Pius’s ban on circumcision for non-Jews
Praise of Rome’s generosity regarding the grant of its citizenship and its sense of justice.