Mark the statement if it correctly explains Christianity's appeal to the people of the Roman Empire.
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Christianity offered comfort to people in troubled times.
Christianity gave people hope for a better future--at least in the afterlife.
Jesus' teachings made many Romans feel their life had meaning.
Only Christians were allowed to hold offices in the government.
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He wanted to separate groups that threatened the unity of the empire.
He thought the capital should be centered on the Italian peninsula to make it easily accessible to all Romans.
He wanted to protect the Western Empire from invasions by sea.
He believed that locating the capital in an area that had more trade and business would ensure the future of the empire.
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