jesus christ!. chill bro its okay. mousta" , Fettel TI ,.. Witty, but flawed. Jesus is the English translation (adopted from, as you rightly said, Greek), in the same way Mary was, in Aramaic, Miriam. Her name is still
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chill bro its okay

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#4 - benjah (08/29/2012) [+] (17 replies)
Witty, but flawed.
Jesus is the English translation (adopted from, as you rightly said, Greek), in the same way Mary was, in Aramaic, Miriam. Her name is still Mary, it's just been translated.
The Christ bit is a bit more complex. Come from (surprise, surprise) the Greek translation of the title 'anointed' or 'anointed one'. It is a title given to Jesus, like Sir Galahad or Emperor Nero. The laws of blasphemy seem to include titles, since God has 7 holy names in modern Judaism, which are all titles. After all, 'I am that I am' is the only name God seems to give himself in the OT, but all others are still under blasphemy laws.
I may be mistaken on a couple of things, but the gist of it is, a) it's just a translation and b) it's a title.
But who cares. No one's going to stone you, like in the good old days. There's not much point blaspheming anymore.
#277 - ThizzKing (08/30/2012) [+] (7 replies)
So that's cute but incorrect.
Let's break it down.

The name Jesus literally means: "Lord of Salvation"

Also, "Christ" is a title which means "annointed one" or "Messiah". Which is the promised deliverer of a covenant or prophecy.

The name Jesus Christ is more like a job description, so it does actually refer to Jesus of Nazareth or Yahweh.

Kind of like you OP. Your name is faggot. Not literally but it still quite accurately describes you.
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#258 - cometfire (08/30/2012) [-]
'Christ' Is the title given to the Messiah...   
   
If you are going to "break down" anything, get the facts straight first.
'Christ' Is the title given to the Messiah...

If you are going to "break down" anything, get the facts straight first.
User avatar #290 - iclarinet (08/30/2012) [-]
"christ" wasn't his last name. it was his title. jesus. the christ.

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#261 - bottleofrum (08/30/2012) [-]
**bottleofrum rolled a random image posted in comment #177 at Scenes From A Hat ** mfw my name is Joshua
User avatar #257 - boltspellman (08/30/2012) [-]
Christ isn't his last name. He had no last name. He was known as Jesus of Nazareth.
#343 - sirbustyabals (08/30/2012) [-]
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#1 - finishhimlarry (08/29/2012) [+] (2 replies)
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I'll just wait here for the ********* .
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#125 - boomdady (08/30/2012) [-]
It's on the internet, it must be true.
It's on the internet, it must be true.
User avatar #103 - moveitorloseit (08/30/2012) [+] (2 replies)
The "Christ" part is a title. kind of like calling some "Doctor ____"
#104 to #103 - overwatchmd (08/30/2012) [-]
Well....Doctor Who?   
   
Admit it, you saw this coming
Well....Doctor Who?

Admit it, you saw this coming
#374 - guiltyparty (08/30/2012) [+] (1 reply)
its cool jesus wasnt big on names anyway
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#68 - theonionyrogue (08/29/2012) [+] (4 replies)
Due to translation errors, Jesus's name was slightly different.
Therefore, religion is stupid.
GG, atheists, all the GG you can eat.
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#318 to #316 - agentmoleman (08/30/2012) [-]
I hope it is Pont du Gard, Near Avignon, France... Dont know about the got though..
#34 - mhden (08/29/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Well .. COPY PASTA .

Christ, or christos is not really a name but an appellative, or even a title. It describes an appointment; a function in the theocratic structure of Israel. But Matthew mentions that Jesus was called Christ (1:16) and that makes this noun a valid member of the Abarim Publications Name Vault.

The "χριστος" noun (christos), meaning anointed, comes from the Greek verb "χριω" (chrio), meaning to smear or anoint. The Septuagint (the ancient Greek translation of the Old Testament) uses this verb to describe any kind of smearing, pouring or anointing, ranging from regular armory maintenance (2 Samuel 1:21, Isaiah 21:5) to basic medical routines (Isaiah 1:6).
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