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Quotation of the Minute
"Whether the 'Christ' they worshipped had been on earth as a man will have been of no interest either to him [Pliny] or to Trajan. What worried them was that Christians were holding meetings which, because of Christian unwillingness to make due obeisance to the emperor, might have been seditious, they were not concerned about whether there was any historical basis to Christian doctrinal niceties." G.A. Wells, The Jesus Legend (La Salle, IL: Open Court, 1996), p. 41.