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    It was 350 AD. Jews most definitely were a race. And 'Christians', at that point, was pretty much synonymous with 'Roman'.

    By 350 AD there were millions of Roman citizens from the provinces, ethnically and racially identifiable as of non-Roman origin, who spoke Latin as a second language. The Romans did not have race requirements for citizenship at that time and hadn't for years.

    That should be the end of that particular argument.

    Still for Dean, after the scream.

    by M Aurelius on Sat Feb 14, 2004 at 01:57:39 AM PST

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