Roman Empire Archive

Why Did the First Christians Survive Pagan Persecution?

I am so delighted to be in the studio today to talk about the cornerstone of the historic Christian faith. Just today I was studying Plinius the Younger, also known as Pliny the Younger. He was a contemporary and employer of Seutonius, the author of The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, and also a friend […]

Evangelism by Our Love, Lips and Life

Anybody out there remember the Great Commission? In the Great Commission Christ called us not only to make converts but to make disciples. A disciple is, of course, a learner and follower of Jesus Christ. We are called to the task of making disciples through the testimony of our love, our lips and our lives. […]

Mystery Religion: What Were the Mystery Religions?

The following is an excerpt of article DB109 from the Christian Research Journal by Ronald Nash. To view the full PDF, follow the link below the excerpt. WHAT WERE THE MYSTERY RELIGIONS? Other than Judaism and Christianity, the mystery religions were the most influential religions in the early centuries after Christ. The reason these cults […]