American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Christianity Jesus.
- n. Jesus Christ
“I felt the smoothness and the contrasting jaggedness of the crucifix across my palm and brooded over the agonizing pain and misery the Son of God suffered on my behalf.”
“The incarnation of the Son of God was promised and expected from the first entrance of sin, and received its actual accomplishment in the fullness of time, during the continuance of the Mosaical pedagogy.”
“Madam, tire not, weary not; for I dare find you the Son of God caution that when you are got up thither and have cast your eyes to view the golden city and the fair and never-withering Tree of Life that beareth twelve manner of fruits every month, you shall then say,”
“And this was directly opposed unto those heresies which were then risen, whose broachers contended that Jesus Christ was but a fantasy, an appearance, a manifestation of divine love and power, denying that the Son of God was really incarnate, as the ancients generally testify.”
“How this exinanition of the Son of God was compensated with the glory that did ensue, we shall rejoice in the contemplation of unto all eternity.”
“That his heart is not right with the Son of God is the second.”
“He was positively declared to be the Son of God by his resurrection from the dead, en dunamei kata Pneuma hagiosunes, -- that is, by the "powerful working of the Holy Spirit.”
“All in all, the Son of God is coming across as a very no-fun kind of guy.”
“THIRDLY, The Son of God excludes them also from a share in His blessed intercession, being for ever ashamed to own them, both before His holy Father, and the blessed angels in heaven.”
“The letters IXθYC are also the initial letters for “Jesus Christ Son of God Savior” in Greek.”
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