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2. Christians stirred Roman opposition in all of the following ways EXCEPT
by
a. refusing to honor the emperor as a god.
b. refusing to serve in the military.
c. rejecting Roman belief in a messiah.
d. regarding their religion as the only true faith.

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    well , i was thinking A. but D can also be an answer because Christians viewed all other religions as apostates

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    D is correct. The Romans didn't care what the Christians believed.

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