B. Both religions seemed to have political aspirations. Christians and Jewish religions both involve different viewpoints and practices but have at some point similar fundamental understanding of how people should be treated and governed. This idea lead to Roman ruling to be threatened and fear of being overrun.
Which of the following characteristics of the Christian and Jewish religions was most troubling to other Romans? A. Both religions seemed mysterious to most Romans. B. Both religions seemed to have political aspirations. C. Both religions seemed too supportive of Roman rulers. D. Both religions seemed too supportive of temple construction.