The martyrdom of Christians holding prominent positions within Roman authority
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Copy of an Epistle in which the emperor commands that the rulers of the churches be exempted from all public services
Constantine described in solar imagery reminiscent of that used of Christ
How Constantine, like Moses, freed his people from tyranny with God’s help
Constantine’s vision of Christ prior to the battle at the Milvian Bridge
Constantine’s triumphal entry into Rome
The expansion of the empire under Constantine, and the ‘godliness’ of his conduct
The unification of the Roman empire under Constantine, God’s chosen leader
Christians in military service
Constantine’s orders regarding his representation on coins and in portraiture
Christians may not be slaves to Jews
The Roman judge, Firmilianus, worries that a Christian city is about to arise against Rome
How the Roman empire under one ruler reflects the sole sovereignty of God
The Roman people as a body resulting from the aggregation of heterogeneous individuals.
The successive ages of the Roman people.
Roman conquests as contagion.
The submission of Spain.
Titus in the Temple, in the sea and in Rome
Isaac’s blessing of Esau as an explanation for Roman power
Cities named in honor of wicked rulers