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Jesus is often called "Jesus Christ" or "Christ". The word Christ comes from the Greek word christos and means "the one marked on the head with oil" or "the ...

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is certainly a logical question to ask. He changed the world in only 30 years on earth, and no one has had more of an impact on this planet than Jesus Christ.

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If you narrowed Jesus' role to five things, I would suggest the folloing: As a force for Truth and Love for global humanity. To save the world from eternal damnation in ...

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Mar 23, 2015 ... Introduction Jesus Christ is a central figure for the Christianity. ... This is not an example of the work written by our professional essay writers.

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Free Essays from Bartleby | Very often when people think of Love, they think of Jesus. In John 4:8,16 it says that God is love. This i s a paraphrase but it...

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“Who was Jesus Christ to me? What a packed question. … In the Mennonite faith he's the one that we attempt to model ourselves after, follow his teachings and ...

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Have you met him - Jesus Christ? Essay - Jesus the Christ is God the Father (that One and only Holy Spirit - God is a Spirit and One) in flesh - the Son of God.

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The name Jesus is a form of Joshua, Hebrew for “savior”; “Christ,” as he is known to Christians, is Greek for “anointed,” a translation of the Hebrew word for ...

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On the existence of Jesus Christ. ... An essay donated by George Mercurio ... of Christianity, and more specifically, of the pagan roots of Jesus Christ himself.