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    The Persecution of Christians Today

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    The Persecution of Christians Today The persecution of minority groups has been well documented throughout history. These documentations have been mostly of people of one race, culture, or ethnicity; persecuting another based on the belief that one race is superior to the other. In the case of Christianity, however, the documentation of the persecution has been kept to a minimum. In fact, it is rare to find a case in today’s world of the media reporting on the persecution of Christians. The

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    anyone admitting to Christianity became a target. The persecutions hit a climax during Diocletian’s reign. These persecutions actually helped the spread of Christianity by glorifying Christians and beginning a tradition of martyrdom that shaped the Church, and the strength that Christians displayed shows that the persecutions could not have possible stopped the spread of Christianity. In the first half of the third century, Christian persecution was fragmented and while Christianity was illegal, there

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    Christian Persecution in Nigeria

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    Since the beginning of the 21st century, the persecution of Christians has taken place in northern Nigeria. In the poverty-stricken nation, tension between Muslims and Christians runs high. The discrimination against Christians in the North along with violent attacks at the hands of the infamous Boko Haram violates several international laws and has led to the interference of the International Criminal Court and United States. Although the violence began in recent years, the conflict has been

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    died on the cross, early Christians believed there to be no higher honor than to imitate that death; they expected suffering. Christian persecution gave rise to cults, among other things, and also contributed greatly to the rapid growth of Christianity. Tension caused from strife between religions, imperial policies, and empire-wide persecutions, initiated by many different emperors, make up the majority of situations that motivated the Roman Empire to persecute Christians, only to be ended by Constantine

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    Persecution of Christians

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    Fatally Beats Daughter for Christian Conversion” n.p.). This tragic tale is one of many examples of religious persecution in civilization. Several groups in society, including those of the Islamic faith, target Christians. Fundamentalists in the Muslim society enforce draconian laws, which demand expulsion or persecution of other religions. The Islamic faith persecutes Christians around the world because of ideological conflicts and the past abuse received from Christians. In early history, Islamic

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    Christian Persecutions

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    The stories of Christians dying during persecutions have been more so associated with the more dramatic events of persecution than the actual truth. Myths about Christians being punished or thrown to the lions have become synonymous with the persecution of Christians more than anything else. “By lumping Christians together with criminals, robbers, and other undesirables, Romans obscured in their own mind what made this movement, exceptional.” Criminals were often the ones being fed to the lions

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    Persecution of Christians

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    During the first half century after the crucifixion of Jesus, the Roman government including governors in the eastern provinces took no active measures against Christians. The attitude of the higher Roman authorities had always been that Christianity was merely a sect of Judaism, and as such, were entitled to share in its privileges as a recognized religion. In 64 A.D. this attitude suffered a severe alteration. On July 19, 64 A.D. occurred the great fire of Rome. Half a million people were left

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    Christian Persecution

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    responsible. Nero shifted the blame to the Christians living in Rome, and ordered all Christians to be killed. This is why Nero started persecuting the Christians in Rome at this time. It was easy for Nero to shift the blame onto the Christians, as Christianity was very new, and many people did not understand their views and beliefs; they ... ... middle of paper ... ...lamic countries in the east have huge issues with the persecution of Christians. Christians are being killed and abused for their

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    Christians and Persecution In the year 64 A.D. in the city of Rome, the centre of the Roman Empire, there was a huge fire which wiped out most of the city. A rumour started to circulate that the Roman Emperor, Nero, had started the fire as it was well known that Nero thought that much of the city was ugly. It was thought he burned it down so he could re-design and rebuild it himself. Because of this he needed to find someone to blame it on. The Christians were an obvious choice as they

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    Christian Persecution in Nigeria

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    Christian persecution has been an ongoing problem throughout the northern region of Nigeria. The conflict has been fueled by Muslim-based terrorist groups such as the Boko Haram and Fulani herdsman. According to christianpost.com, more christians have lost their lives in northern Nigeria than the rest of the world combined. Reports pour in every week of new attacks on christians, whether it be bombing of churches or killing sprees and the Nigerian government has failed to make any decisive action

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