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Q: Why would roman's arrest anyone who claimed to be the messiah?
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What did the first century Jews believe about the kingdom?

A kingdom was visual. It is a part of the world that is ruled by a King. The 1st century Jews lived under the Romans. This was the same concept: the Romans ruled over them. The Jews were hoping for a Messiah to establish visual kingdom; to restore the kingdom of Israel and its power.


How did the Romans react to Christianity?

Before Constantinople became King, and made Christianity the main religion, Romans persecuted Christians, killing anyone who professed their faith who knows? we weren't around then!


What do Romans believe in?

Romans believed in gods and winning


What languace did the Romans use?

The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.The Romans used the Latin language. The educated Romans also used Greek, although Latin was the common Roman language.


How is the number 1 written by the Romans?

1 is written as "I" by the Romans.

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What are the release dates for Romans Armenians and the Coming of the Messiah - 2012?

Romans Armenians and the Coming of the Messiah - 2012 was released on: USA: April 2012


People who were looking for a messiah in jesus day?

The Jews were waiting patiently for a messiah to come and free them from the Romans.


What European country claimed Egypt?

The Romans supposedly claimed Egypt.


Why did rome think jesus was the messiah?

The Romans did not think that Jesus was the Messiah or the son of God. They had to many of their own Gods and goddesses to worship.


Why did the Romans claim to be conquering areas?

The Romans claimed to be conquering areas because they actually conquered them.


If Jews do not believe in Jesus as the Son of God why was He called the King of the Jews?

The term "King of the Jews" was a term given to him by the Romans since they understood the term Messiah (like Jews at the time did) to refer to a terrestrial ruler. As a result, if Jesus was the Messiah as he claimed, he was effectively the "King of the Jews". However, the majority of Jews and both the Pharisaic and Sadducee Establishments would have rejected his claims to being the Messiah, so the Roman term is irrelevant to ascertaining Jews' true views of Jesus.


What did Jews expect of the messiah?

Today: The Jews expect the messiah to bring peace to the world and to eliminate right or wrong. They expected the messiah to stop all wars and unpleasantness in the world. In ancient times: During the time of the Romans, the Jews hoped the messiah would come to drive the Romans out of there home land, Jerusalem, so that t hey could live in peace.


What legendary group of people did the Romans admirer?

The Romans claimed to be descendants of the Trojans through the mythical figure of Aeneas.


Was Jesus in the Roman times?

Yes, there were Romans when Jesus was alive. At the time of Jesus, Judea was part of the Roman Empire. It was the Romans who crucified Jesus at the request of the crown in Jerusalem. Crucifixion was a Roman custom


What were the conditions in Judea which led to the birth of Christianity?

Oppression by the Romans encouraged many Jews to look for a Messiah.


How many times does Christ call himself Messiah?

Romans 3:23; Romans 6:23; John 3:3-8; Acts 2:38


What inpact did Jesus have on the Romans?

Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.Jesus himself had little or no impact on the Romans. He had very little contact with them in his lifetime. In fact, the Romans did not even know who he was, as they had to have someone (Judas) point him out before they could arrest him. It was the followers of Jesus who carried his message to Rome.