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“| Reply | Permalink jeezus h. christos on a stick! how did this steaming piece of feces come up for a vote? why on earth was this even being addressed in the US Senate? we need to overthrow the government.”
“Posted May 20, 2005 1:41 PM jesus h. christos writes:”
“At first, the story said that Jesus became the christos at his resurrection (see Paul), then Mark said it happenned while he was still alive (with John B) as the witness, then Matt and Lk placed the annointing at his birth . . . finally, John says he was always the christos . . . eternally so.”
“With that, the Rebellious Student, sitting on the bench of the accused lifted your facial coif in one swoop and showed us how you really labor to keep truth from coming out and people from becoming active against your idealized, dictatorial, christos.”
“The equivalent Greek word, christos, also means “anointed” and from that we have derived our more familiar term “Christ,” meaning Messiah.”
“The Greek christos is a translation of the Hebrew word messiah, meaning anointed one.”
“It seems to have been early associated with the well-known Greek formula, [Greek: iaesous christos theon uios sotaer],”
“He took the name of Akta (anointed, [Greek: christos]) when, nourished by libations of butter, he had acquired his full development.”
“When, from the end of the second century, one began to look about in the earlier writings for passages [Greek: en hois theologeitai ho christos], because the matter had become a subject of controversy, one could, besides the Old”
“Scriptures, and summarised in Christ_ ([Greek: christos logos kai nomos]), _which in their unity represent the divine wisdom, and the recognition of which leads to virtue and eternal life.”
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"Anointed one" was the name given to Jesus Christ by Greek-speaking Christians, and since then similar names have been given to children who may not necessarily be Christians.
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