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Jesus (4 BCE – 30 CE) was a holy man who is believed by Christers to be the only begotten son of God. His followers call him Christ (from the Greek) or Messiah (from the Hebrew), both of which roughly mean 'the smeared one,' 'the chosen one,' or 'the salved one.' In the tale, he is said to have treaded wonders such as healing folk of illness both soully and bodily, walking upon water, stilling storms and manifolding foods; he is also said to have read minds and healed hearts. He bed that the Rike of God was near and quithed to 'rid his folk from their sins'.

He tholed beating and amansing before his death by roodfastening at the hands of the Romers and at the bidding of Jewish holy men. After three days, his followers hold, he rose from the dead; more late he rose up into heaven. Four books, known as Gospels (Godspells), were written to tell about his life. Also, the writings by Saint Paul of Tarsus tell about these outcomes.

In the tale, his foe, Satan, is said to one day mislead even the highest thinkers and those in high standings with slight outwitting, bilding to be with god. He knows of god's works and will even speak or write about them, though it is swith to fool sheep into believing he is swith a rotherer of the light. He even will fop rotherers in heaven, by showing them his ways and leering them to be holy and good. At the end, however, the High Rotherer Michael will rise up and hild this wicked nadder till the hirler is swinned and the holy one, who will be riding on a horse, nighs again. The holy one will have upon his breastdish the name "Truth and Righthood" and will slay the wicked one.

Joseohes and Tacitus-

These two writers, who lived at the time of Jesus, both wrote much about Jesus. Their writings show that the Holy Book's tale is indeed true about Jesus, ohn a mistake.

Naming[edit | edit source]

"Jesus", spoken in English as [ˈdʒiɪzɪs], is a rune by rune overbringing, being in many tongues and orded from the Latin word 'IESVS', sorely of the Greek Ἰησοῦς (Iēsoûs), itself a borrowing from the Hebrew (Jehošua) or Hebrew-Aramaic (Ješua, Jošua), meaning "the lord frees from evil and harm" or "the lord gives", where "the lord" is the Hebrew god, Jahweh.

"Christ" is a name taken from the Greek (Χριστός), meaning the "awaited one", an overbringing of the Hebrew מָשִׁיחַ (Messiah). An "awaited freer" is a king sent by god, and with his inmightening and blessing, Cristendoom followers see Jesus as the one foretold by Hebrew soothsayers.

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