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Tascius Caecilius Cyprianus
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persecution

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1 Arg | THE CAUSES OF THE BYGONE PERSECUTION, NAMELY, THE NEGLECT OF 2 I | although even in the time of persecution our voice has not ceased 3 II | turbulence of an urgent persecution, having been prepared for 4 IV | free from the inroad of persecution among my downfallen brethren; 5 V | darkness of the terrible persecution so to have blinded the mind 6 V | rather seemed a trial than a persecution.~ 7 VII | down, not by the onset of persecution, but cast themselves down 8 X | Lord commanded us in the persecution to depart and to flee; and 9 XV | and, as if the storm of persecution had raged too little, there 10 XVI | salvation. This is another persecution, and another temptation, 11 XXII | neither fear could correct nor persecution itself could reform? His 12 XXVI | the misery no longer of persecution, but of her crime, shivering 13 XXXIV| persuasion kills worse than persecution itself. In such a case there


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