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The Romans didn't believe in God they felt that Ceasar was their leader.

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How long did Roman emperors punish christaians for?

250 years. They forced Christians to fight wild animals or soaked them with oil and burned alive. (Mainly because of death.)


Why did roman leaders treat christians harsly?

because they didn't believe in chrisanity


Why did Roman leaders stop tolerating Christians?

The Roman Government began persecuting Christians under Emperor Nero. Nero began to execute large numbers of Christians following the Great Fire of Rome. According to the Roman historian Tacitus, the population searched for a scapegoat and rumors held Nero responsible. To deflect blame, Nero targeted Christians.


What laws did the Emporers Decius and Diocletian enact as an attempt to abolish Christianity?

Diocletian persecution under Decius was some of the harshest in the empire's history. He issued edicts that took away the Christians' rights as citizens, and forced them to pledge to worship the Roman religion. They were forced to make sacrifices to Roman gods or face death. Christians were purged from the Roman army.


Why did Christianity pose a problem for roman leaders?

They thought that Jesus would come and dethrone them. the Romans were very tolerant of other religions as long as people payedtaxes to their leaders and worshipped the roman gods but christians were monotheistic so they only belived in one god so they refused to worship the roman gods. This led to the persectitions of christians in ancient rome


What were Roman leaders known as?

The Roman leaders were known as Caesar.


Who forced the last Roman Emperor in the west to abdicate?

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Why did the Roman emperors persecute Christians?

Christians refused to worship Roman gods.


Who gave authority to arrest Christians?

It depends upon which Christian persecutions you are referring to. In the earliest years it would have been the Jewish leaders and/or the Roman authorities.


What is difference between CSI Christians and roman catholic Christians?

The difference between CSI Christians and Roman Catholic Christians is the Holy Rosary, prayer through Mary and baptism.


Did Christians staging terrorist acts against Roman institutions?

No. Christians did not stage terrorist acts against the Roman Empire or Roman institutions.


What happened to Christians in the Roman Empire?

the Christians were persecuted by the Romans for their beliefs

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