The Passion Of The Holy Martyrs Perpetua And Felicitas

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It is evident that the construction of the Christian church was done through oppression and rejection, but for some it sparked a passion to serve God. The document The Passion of the Holy Martyrs Perpetua and Felicitas, illustrates the courage and fearlessness of the Martyrs in Rome around 203. A.D. Much of Rome consisted of those who practiced polytheism. Which resulted in the persecution of numerous Christians for their faith in God, and their practices were not supported or approved by the Roman Empire. Surprisingly enough this was an opportunity for the Christian Martyrs to strengthen their faith, even if death would be the result. The group was establish and through Perpetua and Felicity who were part of a group of five catechumens.
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