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Read the following passage and answer the question.
In 386 CE the emperor gave the Arians [a Christian sect the Church considered heretical] the right of assembly and declared that violators would be...liable to the death penalty. When Ambrose [the bishop of Milan - at this time the Western Roman capital] again refused to allow the Arians the use of church property, the emperor issued a decree exiling him. Ambrose replied that the emperor was within the church, not over it, and that in matters of faith the layman has no jurisdiction over the priest. The sympathies of the people were again with him, and the emperor did not attempt to enforce the decree of exile.
From: William K. Boyd, The Ecclesiastical Edicts of the Theodosian Code, 1905.
Which of the following claims about Christianity in the fourth century CE Roman Empire could the information in this passage provide evidence for?
Roman emperors had complete control over Christian leaders and could exile them for disagreement
Church leaders and Roman emperors agreed on what Christian beliefs and behaviors were considered orthodox
The common people were unwilling to support Church leaders who contradicted the emperor's orders
Christian leaders took over some of the authority that had traditionally belonged to Roman emperors
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