Persecution of the Roman emperors to Christians 54-313 AD

  • م.د. تأثير عبد الجبار ناجي الجامعة المستنصرية / كلية التربية

Abstract

       Christian religion suffered much from the persecution of the Romans for more than three centuries, which many of its men lost. The Romans inflicted great suffering on this community because they saw in their non-worship of the emperors a betrayal of the state. This worship is the best way to unify the vast empire. The Roman persecution of the Christians continued until Emperor Constantine came and in 313 issued the Milan Decree, which counted Christianity as one of the religions allowed to be practiced within the empire.

Published
2020-03-14
How to Cite
م.د. تأثير عبد الجبار ناجي. (2020). Persecution of the Roman emperors to Christians 54-313 AD. Journal of the College of Basic Education, 26(106), 192- 220. https://doi.org/10.35950/cbej.v26i106.4891
Section
مقالات العلوم الانسانية