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  • proper n. A name for Jesus of Nazareth, a first century Jewish carpenter, held to be a prophet, teacher, and the Messiah, or Christ, in Christian and Muslim faiths.
  • n. A saviour; one who provides critical help or salvation to others in need.
  • interj. An expletive or oath, whose use is considered blasphemous by most Christians. Usually an expression of surprise, shock, etc.


Jesus + Christ (Wiktionary)


  • The reader may think that such sophistications are now out of date; but he will find precisely the same knavery in the efforts of present-day Slavers to fit Jesus Christ into the system of competitive commercialism.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • If the laws of the state are openly at variance with the laws of God -- if they inflict injury upon the Church -- or set at naught the authority of Jesus Christ which is vested in the Supreme Pontiff, then indeed it becomes a duty to resist them, a sin to render obedience.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • I sit calmly through the remainder of the service, God redemption forgiveness, tingly floaty tingly floaty, inthenameofthefatherthesonandtheholyghost, hot cold hot cold, Jesus Christ eternal life, happy happy happy.

    You Know Where to Find Me

  • Ælfric, in the preface to his homilies, adjures the copyist, by our Lord Jesus Christ and by His glorious coming, to transcribe correctly.

    Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages

  • Jesus Christ made this mysterious imbalance painfully clear when he stated, “Broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it” Matthew 7:13–14.


  • He listened with great attention, and received with pleasure the notion of Jesus Christ being sent to redeem us; and of the manner of making our prayers to God, and His being able to hear us, even in heaven.

    Robinson Crusoe

  • This cultural assumption, confused though it may be, found expression in the Tim Rice/Andrew Lloyd Webber song ‘I Don't Know How to Love Him’ from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar 1970, in which she was portrayed as ‘the tart with the heart’ so beloved of British theatre, and in the role of Jesus' comforter, who was also given back her self-esteem by him.

    The Templar Revelation

  • “They want to decide first-hand if the story is true, if an image of Jesus Christ did miraculously appear on the last tortilla made by Paula Rivera, a Hidalgo housewife, on February 28.”

    The Song of The Dodo

  • This I require of you in the name of Jesus Christ in respect to our consanguinity, for the sake of King Henry VII, your great-grandfather and mine, for the dignity we have both held, and for the sex to which we both belong.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • Jesus Christ historical evidence for existence ofresurrection ofJibril angel

    The Language of God


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