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" ... one after another a hymn to Christ as God, at the same time binding themselves by an oath not to commit any crime, but to abstain from theft, robbery, adultery, perjury, or repudiation of trust. After this was done, the meeting broke up ; they, however,... "
A History of Roman Literature: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ... - Page 440
by Charles Thomas Cruttwell - 1906 - 503 pages
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 17

Universalism - 1880
...their guilt or error had amounted to was this: they met on certain mornings before daybreak, and sung one after another a hymn to Christ as God, at the...guiltless of any improper conduct. But since my edict forbidding (as you ordered) all secret societies, they had given this practice up. " However, I thought...
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A History of Roman Literature: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ...

Charles Thomas Cruttwell - Latin literature - 1877 - 503 pages
...they were or had been Christians. As they invoked the gods and worshipped with wine and frankinoense before your image, at the same time cursing Christ,...meal in common, being quite guiltless of any improper conduct.3 But since my edict forbidding (as you ordered) all secret societies, they had given this...
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A History of Roman Literature: From the Earliest Period to the Death of ...

Charles Thomas Cruttwell - Latin literature - 1877 - 503 pages
...declared that all their guilt or error had amounted to was this : they met on certain mornings belore daybreak, and sang one after another a hymn to Christ...meal in common, being quite guiltless of any improper conduct.3 But since my edict forbidding (as you ordered) all secret societies, they had given this...
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ANCIENT LITERATURE

JOHN D. QUACKENBOS, A.M., M.D. - 1878
...their guilt or error had amounted to was this : they met on certain mornings before daybreak, and sung one after another a hymn to Christ as God, at the...guiltless of any improper conduct. But since my edict forbidding (as you ordered) all secret societies, they had given this practice up. However, I thought...
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Illustrated History of Ancient Literature: Oriental and Classical

John Duncan Quackenbos - Classical literature - 1888 - 432 pages
...their guilt or error had amounted to was this : they met on certain mornings before daybreak, and sung one after another a hymn to Christ as God, at the...guiltless of any improper conduct. But since my edict forbidding (as you ordered) all secret societies, they had given this practice up. However, I thought...
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The Happy Art of Catching Men: A Story of Good Samaritanship

Robert James Patterson - Temperance - 1914 - 229 pages
...before daybreak and sang one after another hymn to Christ as God, at the same time binding themselves by oath not to commit any crime, but to abstain from...trust; after this was done the meeting broke up." If the early Church adopted such a method of dealing with the common sins of the times, our Union cannot...
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Life of Jesus Research: An Annotated Bibliography, Volume 13

Craig A. Evans - Reference - 1989 - 207 pages
...before daybreak. They recited a hymn antiphonally to Christ as (their) God and bound themselves with an oath not to commit any crime, but to abstain from theft, robbery, adultery, breach of faith, and embezzlement of property entrusted to them. After this it was their custom to...
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Studying the Historical Jesus: Evaluations of the State of Current Research

Bruce David Chilton, Craig Alan Evans - Religion - 1998 - 611 pages
...before daybreak. They recited a hymn antiphonally to Christus as to a god and bound themselves with an oath not to commit any crime, but to abstain from theft, robbery, adultery, breach of faith, and embezzlement of property entrusted to them. After this it was their custom to...
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The Historical Jesus, Volume 4

Craig A. Evans - Christianity - 2004 - 432 pages
...before daybreak. They recited a hymn antiphonally to Christus as to a god and bound themselves with an oath not to commit any crime, but to abstain from theft, robbery, adultery, breach of faith, and embezzlement of property entrusted to them. After this it was their custom to...
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