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Nero was the fifth Roman Emperor who ruled from 54CE until his suicide in 68CE . Christians perhaps best know Nero for his persecution of Christians after the ...

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Nero (AD 37-68) was the Roman emperor to whom Paul appealed upon return to Jerusalem after his third missionary journey. Though not mentioned by name ...

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Oct 8, 2020 ... Who was Nero? Why was Nero such a persecutor of Christians? Was Nero the Roman Emperor when the New Testament was being written?

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If anyone is to be taken captive, to captivity he goes; if anyone is to be slain with the sword, with the sword must he be slain. Here is a call for the endurance and ...

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Nero was the fifth Roman emperor, ruling from 54 to 68. His infamous reign is usually ... Suetonius is not explicit. Nor is the Bible explicit, calling Aquila of Pontus and his w...

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"There was no curse that the populace did not invoke upon Nero, though they did not ... "the first emperor who dyed his sword in Christian blood, when our religion was ...

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Oct 8, 2013 ... Famously known for the apocryphal story that he fiddled while Rome burned in a great fire, Nero has become one of the most infamous men who ...

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He was the 5th emperor of Rome, and ruled A.D. 54-68. Although he is not mentioned by name in the Bible, he did reign during the events of the Apostles that are ...

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Nero. "Occurs only in the superscription (which is probably spurious," and is altogether omitted in the R.V.) to the Second Epistle to Timothy. He became emperor ....

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Nero Caesar Emperor. "I began to hate you, when, after murdering mother and wife, you turned out to be a jockey, a mountebank, and an incendiary." (Tacitus ann.