Jesus of Nazareth

NOUN
  1. a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
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  • Baptists believe Jesus of Nazareth was the Christ, the incarnate manifestation of the Eternal God.
  • Jesus of Nazareth is the myth reduced to literalness. Lance Mannion:
  • Jesus of Nazareth (- 4-30 C.E.) before it was finally overwhelmed and lost in the sacrificial sacerdotalism of formal Christianity. The Shape of Things to Come
  • In this book we have emphasized that the evangelists are concerned with both the story and the significance of Jesus of Nazareth.
  • ACORN, despite the videos, had done nothing wrong, other than helping poor people -- a mortal trespass in the ass-backwards world of far-right conservatives who, like their self-proclaimed spiritual guide, Jesus of Nazareth, are evidently opposed to helping poor people. Bob Cesca: The Republican War Against Women
  • Such a "looking beyond" is natural for Catholic faith, which perceives the Son of God in Jesus of Nazareth, and the bestowal of grace in the visible signs we call sacraments. Pope John Paul II
  • You state that “I’ll stick withB.C.because Christ, in American usage, refers directly to Jesus of Nazareth as if it were his last name and not a title conferring Messiah-hood.” No Uncertain Terms
  • Privately, they concede it's ludicrous that God would incinerate those who seek divine truth according to whatever light is available to them; they leave plenty of room for Gandhi and the good Samaritan and the humble tax collector and the strong-willed Roman centurion to achieve "eternal life," whether or not they knew to "confess Jesus of Nazareth as sole lord and savior. Rob Asghar: How Gandhi-Hating Kills Christianity
  • Philip told this Nathanael that he had found "him of whom Moses in the law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph" (Jn 1: 45). Scripture
  • The extras were derived from the local population and Jones remembers: ‘They were all very knowing because they'd all worked for Franco Zeffirelli on Jesus of Nazareth.’
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