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    When Paul declared, "I appeal unto Caesar", which "Caesar" was he referring to

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    Just a educated guess Nero 

    It was about 58 C.E. when facing the threat of a miscarriage of justice, the apostle Paul exercised his right as a Roman citizen to appeal to Caesar. (Acts 25:8-11) By so doing, Paul asked to be judged, not specifically by Nero, emperor at the time, but by the highest court of the empire.

    When you say Paul, which Paul are you referring to? get it.

     Ceasar Agustus.......... was the ruler of Rome around Jesus's time......and for some years after He was crucified.He was the Ceasar who picture appeared on Roman Coins for some time.And people paid their taxes to Ceasar, as if he didn't have enough money already !



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