IN that famous work which for more than a century has successfully withstood the assaults of criticism and controversy, Gibbon relates the incident that among the Christians brought before the tribunal of the Roman emperor were two persons whose extraction was more truly noble than that of the greatest monarchs. They were the grandsons of the apostle Jude, who was himself called the brother of Jesus Christ.
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