anonymous
  • anonymous
Christians were originally part of the Jewish faith. In this context, how was Jesus viewed by his followers? as the Messiah as a revolutionary as the emperor as a god
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Deadly_Roses
  • Deadly_Roses
as the messiah for his followers...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Jewish theology opposes that Jesus is Messaih, actually.
anonymous
  • anonymous
They believed that Jesus did not fulfill the messianic prophecies.

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paki
  • paki
yeah correct.... please have a look here for details.... http://www.britannica.com/biography/Jesus-Christ
anonymous
  • anonymous
And I am almost positive that he was never exactly viewed as an "emperor" in any fashion. That leaves B, revolutionary, since he was an idol to all those within the Middle Eastern cultures, leading into new, diverse ideas.

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