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  • 1Jesus myth theory — The Resurrection of Christ by Noel Coypel (1700). Jesus myth theorists see this as one of a number of stories about dying and rising gods. Description The …

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  • 2Jesus in Christianity — Jesus (on the left) is being identified by John the Baptist as the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world , in John 1:29 …

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  • 3Jesus myth hypothesis — Jesus myth links here. For a comparison between Jesus Christ and pagan mythology see Jesus Christ and comparative mythology. The Jesus myth hypothesis, also referred to as the Jesus myth theory , the Christ myth or the Jesus myth is an argument… …

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  • 4Jesus Christ Superstar (album) — Jesus Christ Superstar Original UK cover, UK Studio album by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice Release …

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  • 5JESUS — (d. 30 C.E.), whom Christianity sees as its founder and object of faith, was a Jew who lived toward the end of the Second Commonwealth period. The martyrdom of his brother James is narrated by Josephus (Ant. 20:200–3), but the passage in the same …

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  • 6Christ (disambiguation) — Christ is a title given to Jesus of Nazareth, in his role as the Messiah in Christian theology. Contents 1 In Christianity 2 In art 2.1 Music …

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  • 7Jesus (disambiguation) — Jesus is the religious figure Jesus of Nazareth.Jesus may also be: People * Jesus (fl. c. 2nd millennium BCE), scriptural figure Joshua * Jesus Ben Sira (fl. 2nd century BCE), religious writer * Jesus Justus (fl. 1st century), religious leader *… …

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  • 8Christ — Christ1 [krīst] n. [ME & OE Crist < LL(Ec) Christus < Gr christos, the anointed (in N.T., MESSIAH) < chriein, to anoint < IE base * ghrēi , to spread over, smear > GRIME] the Messiah whose appearance is prophesied in the Old… …

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  • 9Jesus — Jesus1 [jē′zəz, jē′zəs; ] Sp [ hā zo͞os′] n. [LL(Ec) Iesus < Gr(Ec) Iēsous < Heb yēshūʼ a, contr. of yehōshūʼ a ( JOSHUA), help of Jehovah < yāh, Jehovah + hōshīa, to help] a masculine name Jesus2 [jē′zəz, jē′zes] 1. c. 8 4 B.C. A.D. 29? …

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  • 10Jesus — See: Jesus Christ II …

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  • 11Christ of Faith —    See Jesus of history …

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  • 12Jesus — This article is about Jesus of Nazareth. For other uses, see Jesus (disambiguation). Jesus …

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  • 13Jesus Christ — 1. Jesus (def. 1). 2. Jesus (def. 5). * * * Introduction also called  Jesus of Galilee  or  Jesus of Nazareth   born c. 6–4 BC, Bethlehem died c. AD 30, Jerusalem  founder of Christianity, one of the world s largest religions, and the incarnation …

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  • 14Christ — This article is about the Christian theological role. For other uses, see Christ (disambiguation). The oldest known icon of Christ Pantocrator Saint Catherine s Monastery. The two different facial expressions on either side emphasize Christ s… …

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  • 15Jesus — 1. noun /ˈdʒiːzəs,heɪˈsus/ a) Jesus of Nazareth, a Jewish man whom Christians name Jesus Christ in belief that he is the Messiah. And, says George Eliot, and all who believe in her teaching, it is perfectly true that He is with us now in a dumb,… …

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  • 16Christ — 1 noun 1 also Jesus Christ, Jesus the man on whose life, death and teaching Christianity is based, believed to be the son of God see Jesus 1 2 the Christ the religious leader who Christians believe saves the world 2 interjection used to express… …

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  • 17Jesus Justus — For other uses of the name Jesus, see Jesus (disambiguation). Jesus Justus or Iesous ho legomenos Ioustos (in Greek) is referred to by the Apostle Paul of Tarsus in Colossians [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Col%204:11; version=31; 4 …

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  • 18Jesus Christ — I. noun see Jesus I II. biographical name see Jesus II …

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  • 19Christ — /kraɪst/ (say kruyst) noun 1. (in Judaism) the Anointed; the expected Messiah. 2. Jesus of Nazareth, as fulfilling this expectation. See Jesus (def. 1). –interjection 3. (an exclamation of annoyance, surprise, etc.) –phrase 4. (for) Christ s sake …

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  • 20Christ — I. noun Etymology: Middle English Crist, from Old English, from Latin Christus, from Greek Christos, literally, anointed, from chriein Date: before 12th century 1. messiah 2. Jesus 3. an ideal type of humanity 4. Christian Science the ideal truth …

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