Answered By: Dena ten Pas
Last Updated: May 13, 2020     Views: 68

The first thing you will need to do is to choose a Roman persecutor. Examples include Nero or Domitian.

The best place to look for this topic is in a database called Theological Journal Library. To find and use this database, please follow these instructions:

  1. Go to the library home page.
  2. In the top middle-right of the page there is a heading called Collections. Hover over this heading and select Databases from underneath Electronic.
  3. Look on the left side of the page under Browse by Subject. Scroll down this list and click on Religion & Philosophy.
  4. On the next page is a list of databases related to philosophy and religion. Scroll down and find the link for Theological Journal Library. Click on this database.
  5. Once you have opened the database, look on the right under Journals Menu. Click on the link for Search Journals.
  6. This brings you to a page with a search bar. Use the search bar to type in your terms, for example: Nero. Then search.
  7. All of the results in this database are scholarly. Click on the red article title links to open the full articles. Examples of relevant articles include: The First Twelve Roman Emperors and Nero Redivivus.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to us at (434) 592-3362 or at research@liberty.edu.

 

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