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  • Ficional versions of Jesus have been portrayed in many movies included in the Fargo Filmmaking Wiki.
  • Our Lord and Savior Jesus H. Christ On A Cracker is a political figure in early 1st century Rome and Judea. He has yet to appear in an episode of Doctor Who, but his presence is still felt due to noted Christian Rustle The Unfaithful With Shipping Davies and his brother in god Pastor David MacDonald.
  • Jesus Christ is the prophet of Christianity. Christians view him as the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament and as the Son of God, who provided salvation and reconciliation with God to humankind by dying for their sins, then raising himself from the dead. He is a recurring character on Family Guy, who has visited The Griffin Family many times and has some very human problems. Jesus is mainly voiced by Seth MacFarlane, but in episodes, showing him as a teenager, he is voiced by Alec Sulkin.
  • He occasionally has coffee with Satan.[1] This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Jesus Christ (of Nazareth) is the son of God and Mary.
  • Jesus Christ of Nazareth, also known as the King of Kings, Jehoshua and the Savior, is the key religious figure of Christianity. According to Christian belief, he was the son of the Judeo-Christian God and the Virgin Mary. In Islam, he is viewed as a mortal prophet, and is known in Arabic as Isa.
  • Jesus of Nazareth, alias Jesus Christ, is the central figure of Christianity, a philosopher, teacher, and martyr, believed to be the Messiah of ultimate salvation and Son of God by followers of Christian traditions. After being horrifically murdered, he was resurrected... with the purpose of bringing vengeance to those who had wronged him in life. During the second coming, he was reanimated as a Black Lantern zombie and does battle with Green Lantern and the Green Lantern Corps.
  • Jesus Christ was the apparent son of God.
  • Jesus of Nazareth was a Jewish Rabbi regarded as a great teacher and healer. He lived c. 7–2 BCE to 30–36 CE. He is the central figure of Christianity, in which he is worshipped as Jesus Christ (Messiah). When William Boone was researching the possibility that Taelons had lived on Earth in antiquity, he used an image of Jesus as part of a computer composite that strongly resembled a Taelon ("Miracle").
  • Jesus Christ is the son of God and the prophet of Christianity. He made made a few appearances in episodes of Drawn Together.
  • Jesus Christ is the son of God and the savior of mankind.
  • Jesus Christ is considered by Christians to be God incarnate in human flesh, the second person of the Trinity.
  • Jesus Christ is the Son of God, who was crucified on a wooden cross, then rose from the dead three days later. Christ is the Messiah fortold in the Old Testament of the Bible. The Gospels, or the first four books of the New Testament, tell the story of the life, teachings, and crucifixion of Jesus.
  • Somebody Dave is indirectly responsible for the death of. HBK really loves the guy. Jobbed to Vince McMahon.
  • Jesus Christ is the central figure of Christianity (He is also present as a prophet or some other religious figure in other religions such as Islam, Bahá'í Faith etc.). He is the son of God. He was born in the Middle East to some Jewish broad named Mary. When he got older, he preached the true word of God to everyone around him. However, he was crucified for doing so and to this day his followers try to guilt trip people with it. He now resides in Heaven with his fellow Christians.
  • There are many similar mythological figures who correspond to the myth of Jesus, predating him, sometimes, by thousands of years: * Mithra * Attis, the Son of God of Phyrgia * Krishna, the Son of God of India * Dionysus or Bacchus, the Son of God of Greece
  • Jesus Christ, also known as the Messiah, Yeshua, Joshua, and Jeshua, is a major figure referenced multiple times in the Xenosaga series. He is seen physically in Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra. His relations to U-DO, the Zohar, Abel, Rennes-le-Château and Grimoire Verum are unknown. It can be inferred that Jesus was very wary and concerned about the dangers of the Zohar, given that he created a Zohar control program, although humanity continued to obsess over the Zohar for thousands of years.
  • Jesus Christ of Nazareth (also called The Lord, Son of God) was a Jewish preacher, and religious leader, and the Son of God. Jesus was crucified on the Cross in 33 A.D., but then resurrected as an Holy Spirit. It was later found out the Holy Spirit of Jesus was within the Holy Sword, Caledfwlch.
  • Jesus Christ is an individual worshiped by Christians.
  • Jesus Christ is God's son. He has appeared in many episodes. Among his various appearances on the show, Jesus has been seen hosting his own public access television call-in show, Jesus and Pals. He is a member of the superhero group Super Best Friends.
  • Jesus Christ (a.k.a. Jeezus or Jebus) was the son of Yahweh and Mary. He is much less genocidal, but was sacrificed. He also was a republican, and supported Murica. According to Sunday Brunchism, he hates comic sans, but comic sans didn't exist in his time, so that is illogical.
  • Jesus Christ is the protagonist of the hit 2001 movie, Shrek produced by Dreamworks Pictures. He has become the subject of many fanfictions, including The Holy Bible by a group of cultists devoted to the film.
  • Did you mean… * Phyllis Hyman Superstar * Jesus * Christ, similar to Jesus but extra crispy * Jesus Christ High Score Team * The Artist Formerly Known As Jesus? * Chuck Norris File:220px-Disambig gray svg.png This article is an ambiguation page for Jesus Christ.The following is a list of links to pages that is meant to help you navigate the wondrous expanse that is the Wackypedia. Please follow one of the ambiguation links below or search to find the page you were looking for if it is not listed. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
  • Depending on whom you believe, Jesus Christ was the Son of God, a prophet, or a rebellious trouble-maker. Whatever the case, this earnt him a place in history as one of the main staples of a major religion or two (plus the variations on the theme), and we record the passing of years from the supposeded year of his birth, so he must've done something right. He's also earned the status of a Join Me Top Trump. See also "The new Jesus?"
  • Jesus Christ was a human religious figure that lived about 2,200 years before the Third Age of Mankind. Christ was seen as the divine son of God. His teachings would later become the cornerstone of the Christian religion on Earth. Christ would continue to be worshiped by members of the Roman Catholic Church and other Christian religions, and held as a prophet by Islam. After amassing a large following of people, politically powerful individuals came to see Christ as a threat, and he was executed by the Roman Empire by crucifixion.
  • One of the two main antagonists who face Hank in the Madness series by Krinkels, Jesus Christ was one of the most potent foes until Tricky was "enhanced" by the Improbability Drive. First appearing in the original Madness Combat, Jesus is an obvious reference to Jesus Christ [1], bearing the distinctive halo as well as a beard (which is featured in the Western interpretation of Jesus). Jesus has been seen in every Madness Combat episode to date at some point in the animation. He is an expert swordsman with skills that rival those of Hank. This character also has a number of abilities which makes him decidedly deadlier than the average enemy, those being his above-average strength, ability to float, ability to manipulate and throw objects (usually bodies) with lightning bolts, the ability t
  • His words were well known and occasionally quoted, for example by James T. Kirk, Spock, Montgomery Scott, Harry Mudd, Kathryn Janeway, Tom Paris, and The Doctor. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" , TOS: "The Empath" , TOS: "I, Mudd" , VOY: "Good Shepherd", VOY: "Year of Hell", VOY: "Fair Haven") In Captain Janeway's Leonardo da Vinci holo-program, there was a crucifix depicting Jesus Christ in Leonardo's workshop. (VOY: "The Omega Directive")
  • Jesus Christ, also known as the Nazarene, King of the Jews, and Lord thy God, was a Jedi Master and distant descendant of Qui-Gon Jinn. A member of the New Jedi Order from long after the Skywalker Epoch, the name of his birth was . A firm advocate of intervention beyond that of fighting the Dark Side, he preached that the Order should help the less fortunate, and that the rich of the galaxy should give all of their wealth to the poor.
  • Jesus Christ was a human who became the central figure of Christianity. Castiel confirmed that Luke from the New Testament was indeed a prophet. Since he is a prophet, and most of his prophetic writings are about Jesus, it is implied that Jesus had supernatural significance. Jesus Christ's symbolic crucifix has been featured many times through rosaries and churches often with an image of him nailed on it.
  • Jesus Christ (Yeshua Ha Mashiach in Hebrew) is the Son of God, who was prophesied of and sent by God to be the Messiah to the people of Israel and the Savior of all mankind. Born of a virgin woman named Mary prior to the early First Century A.D. during the reign of Caesar Augustus of the Roman Empire, Jesus led a completely sinless life while being a teacher to Israel and working various miracles through the power of God, and then sacrificed Himself on the cross so that His blood would be sufficient to pay for the sins of all mankind. He rose from the dead three days later and then ascended into heaven, charging His disciples to preach the gospel to every creature and to make disciples of all nations, giving them power to do so with the Holy Spirit. One of His promises is that He will retu
  • Jesus was first born because God was doing some naughty things that He shouldn't have been doing. Nine months later, a woman gave birth to Jesus Christ. Jesus declared himself son of God, even though the stuff God was doing had absolutely nothing to do with Jesus' birth. The naughty things were mostly littering. God took pity on this boy and adopted him. He also possessed him, which was rather creepy.
  • Gemellus maintained that he was a carpenter's son, a child prodigy, and "extremely handsome, charismatic and persuasive". He was able to amass great audiences when he spoke, and his lectures often attacked Judaism as inadequate to inform the rigours of daily life. Those who came to follow Jesus as a deity believed he was the Messiah, "Christos" meaning "saviour" in Greek. Others thought of him as a "maverick rabbi", or a "false prophet".
  • In 1746, Seamus MacIntyre invoked Christ in a prayer while escaping from English forces on horseback with the time-lost Montgomery Scott. (TOS novel: Home is the Hunter) While Captain Benjamin Sisko was experiencing visions sent to him by the Prophets, the image of Douglas Pabst once took Christ's name in vain while expressing his opinion of Benny Russell's story about a black captain of a space station. (DS9 episode: "Far Beyond the Stars")
  • Tim often prays to him, and usually gets what he asks for. In "Cleveland Jr. Cherry Bomb", he possessed a statue of himself at the church. Holt once prayed to him, but didn't get the tickets that he asked for. Cleveland Jr. gets Evelyn Brown a painting of Jesus playing basketball with Barack Obama in "You're the Best Man, Cleveland Brown". When Rallo claims he feels like Jesus after being betrayed by Judas in "Brown Magic". Judas takes credit for wine Jesus brought to a party to score with Tammy, leaving Jesus to note that is his second betrayal.
  • Jesus (c. 4 BCE – c. 30 CE), also known as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, is one of the central figures of Christianity. His believers, called Christians, view him as the Christ and the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament, believing him to be the Son of God who sacrificed himself to cleanse the sins of all humanity, before being resurrected from the dead and ascending to Heaven.
  • Jesus lived a long time ago and nobody knows what color he was, so most people pretend he was white, since most important races are. A lot of people make Jesus seem like he was an uptight dude, but really he just liked to laugh with his buddies, chill out with the disciples, and enjoy a good rave on Friday nights. He also briefly frontlined the highly successful band The Havah Nagillahs, which failed after the background musicians walked out to form the chart-topping rap group The Twelve Disciples (a.k.a. D12). Controversially, Jesus had a false arm, which he often kept in a shed for safe keeping. Further still, he was noted for many famous sayings (see: Famous sayings of Jesus) many of which were cribbed from The Bible.
  • Jesus of Nazareth (c. 5 BC/BCE – c. 30 AD/CE), also known as Jesus Christ or simply Jesus, is the central figure of Christianity. Christians view him as the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament and as the Son of God, who provided salvation and reconciliation with God to humankind by dying for their sins, then raising himself from the dead. In the early episodes, adult Jesus was voiced by Seth MacFarlane. In more recent episodes, Alec Sulkin has taken over the role. In "Chitty Chitty Death Bang", Jesus also has the power to turn water into funk.
  • Jesus Christ (4 BC - 30 AD) was the founder of the Christian religion. The Back to the Future trilogy occasionally makes reference to religion in its social commentary, and like most popular films, has been analyzed by persons seeking to find hidden religious meaning. References to Jesus Christ include the following: Most of Marty's acquaintances in Hill Valley referred to God, rather than to Jesus, in various contexts.
  • Christ on the cross is pictured in "Lincoln Lover" as Greg Corbin sings "We're Red and We're Gay". Francine worries about explaining to Jesus that she prayed to an elephant in "Four Little Words". Jesus appears in "The Most Adequate Christmas Ever" when Stan crashes his birthday party in order to get a second chance at life and to save his family. Stan refers to Roger as a combination of "Mary, Queen of Scots, Brangelina and Jesus" in "Weiner of Our Discontent". Santa Claus is shocked to discover Jesus, who holds a permanent place on the "good" list, is Jewish in "Minstrel Krampus".
  • Contrary to popular belief, both liberals and conservatives can be Christian, it just depends on whether you respect what Jesus said, or what a bunch of rightwing fruitcakes have extracted from the rest of the Bible. This however, is argued to be untrue by fear-mongers and haters of love. However, he could make a mean fish supper. Like many modern celebrities Jesus is mainly famous because of who his dad was. Jesus is of course also famous for rising from the dead and becoming a Zombie, see Zombie Jesus
  • Jesus is a mexican guy. The "J" is pronounced with an "H." Image:Baby Jesus.jpg Image:FunSteve.png Jesus ChristMakes The Baby Jesus™ Happy And that Makes Stephen happy, too! Image:KnightsTemplarCross.gif Image:KnightsTemplarCross.gif Jesus Christis a Truthiness Crusader! Jesus Colbert a.k.a. Jesus H. Christ is Our Lord and Savior, not to be confused with Jebus, a.k.a Barack Obama. Jesus was born on Christmas, had sex on Good Friday and was resurrected on Easter. He raped Bambi :) FTW.
  • This article describes various allusions to Jesus Christ in the Smallville series. Tess: What do you do when you find Judas in your midst? Who would Christ have been if Judas had not betrayed him? Maybe we would remember Jesus as only a teacher roaming the desert. Davis: I don't quite understand what you're getting at. Tess: Without Judas, Jesus would never have risen from the dead to come back and face his greatest challenge: saving humankind. There is a savior among us. You are here to betray him. Season Eight, Eternal Tess: Well, you seem to be taking my open-door policy a little liberally these days, don't you? Clark: I guess I assumed after you ambushed me in my barn and accused me of being an alien Jesus that we had dropped any formalities. Season Eight, Injustice O
  • Jesus of Nazareth (b. 8-4 BC) is the central figure of Christianity. Christian views of Jesus center on the belief that Jesus is the Messiah as promised in the Old Testament and that he was resurrected after he died on a cross. Christians predominantly believe that Jesus is the Son of God, who became incarnate to provide salvation and to reconcile humanity with God by atoning for the sins of humanity by his death. Other common Christian beliefs include his Virgin Birth, miracles, fulfillment of biblical prophecy, ascension into Heaven, and future Second Coming.
  • Jesus Christ is the son of God, an angel who took the form of a human, and the principle figure of Christianity. The word "Jeepers," often used by Wendy Harris, is a word often used by a person who is expressing surprise about something. The word is actually a euphemism of Jesus Christ. Also, the word Gee, is a word that is short for Jesus. When the Super Friends were about to go to Haunted Hills to the golf course there, Wendy tells them: "Jeepers, it's gonna be fun caddying for you!" After the incident with the Raven, Wendy Harris said; "Gee, we're sure lucky everything turned out so well."
  • He was born in the year 4 BC. (MM: "Anamnesis") However, this is not known to the general public, including the Millennium Group. (MM: "Midnight of the Century") Several Biblical books, including the entire New Testament, are believed to represent the testimony of Jesus. (MM: "Monster") Jesus spoke fluent Aramaic (TXF: "Hollywood AD") and was born in a stable in Bethlehem. (MM: "Midnight of the Century") His birth was announced by angels. (MM: "Monster") Jesus first came in contact with his Father on a mountain-top. (TXF: "Providence")
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  • King of God's Kingdom, subject to God the Father
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  • Unknown
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  • C3jes00.png
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  • Peace, love, and diplomacy
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  • Green
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Birthplace
  • Bethlehem, Lost Jerusalem
Category
Relatives
  • God , Mary , Joseph , James , Jude , other biological half-brothers and half-sisters, numerous believers in Christ
  • Father: God
  • Mother: Mary
  • Stepfather: Joseph
Voice
Town
Appearances
  • The Five Greatest Warriors
  • Xenosaga Episode I
  • Xenosaga Episode III
  • Xenosaga Episode II
Job
  • Prophet
  • Founder of Christianity
  • Host of Jesus n' Pals
  • Member of Super Best Friends
  • Previously a carpenter
Sexuality
  • Asexual
Element
  • *Unknown
Eyes
  • Blue
Full Name
  • Jesus Christ
Origin
  • Real Life
Last
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth
Zodiac
  • Unknown
EyeColour
  • Blue
Age
  • 30
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • Unknown
  • Holy Spirit: Unknown
  • Metaphysical : 32-33
  • Unknown; likely
Voiced by
  • Dan Castellaneta
  • Hank Azaria
  • * Seth MacFarlane * Alec Sulkin * David Goodman * Seth Green as Young Jesus in "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" * Kevin Michael Richardson as Black Jesus in "Jerome Is the New Black"
Weapon
  • None
Status
  • Deceased
  • Divine
  • Ambiguous
  • 259200.0
  • Burning in Hell for your sins Chilling in heaven and smoking pan
Appearance
  • The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty
  • "Thank God It's Doomsday"
  • *Non-descript *Bearded *All-powerful
  • Series: "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride"
Offspring
  • Christians
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First Appearance
  • Mentioned by Alfred Morningstar
Hair
  • Brown
Name
  • Jesus
  • Jesus Christ
  • Born as Eventually called Jesus Christ
  • Jesus of Nazareth
HairColour
  • Blonde
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Ethnicity
ImageSize
  • 190
DOB
  • Between 6BC and 4BC
Caption
  • Jesus Christ with some human.
First
Abilities
  • Unknown
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  • *pre-existent/eternal, *c. 3 BC—AD 33
Social Class
  • *Artisan *Royal
Spoke
  • *Hebrew *Aramaic *Greek
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Birthdate
  • 7
Character Name
  • Jesus Christ
Aliases
  • The Messiah
  • The Lord
  • Almighty Savior of Humanity
  • God the Son
  • Jesus of Nazareth
  • Lord of Son
  • The Second Warrior
  • Yeshua/Joshua/Jeshua
Comic
Weight
  • Unknown
Allies
  • *His twelve apostles **Hickory **Dickory **Doc **Bashful **Dopey **Grumpy **Happy **Sleepy **Sneezy **Yodel **Ziggy **Rufus
Image caption
  • The Messiah on Lost Jerusalem.
Alias
  • Son of God, Son of Man, Son of David, Emmanuel, Alpha and Omega, Lamb of God, Word of God, The Amen, Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Root of David, Faithful and True, I AM, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, King of Glory, King of Heaven, King of Righteousness, King of the Jews, King of Israel, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace, Wonderful, Counselor, Bright Morning Star
Voice Actor
  • Unknown
Planet
  • Earth
Height
  • Unknown
  • 2.0
Species
  • Human
  • Human
  • Demigod
  • Human/Deity
Title
Siblings
  • *James *Simon *Joses *Judas
Eyecolor
  • Brown
PlaceOfBirth
  • Nazareth
Enemies
  • *Scribes *Pharisees *Drawkcab H'trad
Class
  • Preacher
  • Jewish Religious Leader
Powers
  • Being god
Died
  • 259200.0
Religion
  • Christianity
  • Judaism
  • Christian
  • *Yahwism *Judaism *Christianity
  • Ancient Judaism
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  • Carpenter
  • *Carpenter *Missionary
Homeworld
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  • Dark brown/black
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  • Carpenter
  • *Carpenter *Rabbi *Messiah/Christ *King of the Earth/Israel
  • Creator, Word of God, Redeemer, Savior, King of God's Kingdom; Carpenter, Teacher
  • Messiah; Supervillain
  • Savior of humanity
Debut
Classification
  • Human
Gender
Spouse(s)
  • The Church
Relation
  • Father
Race
  • Caucasian
  • Semitic
Position
  • Messiah/prophet, son of God/God in flesh/God incarnate.
Born
  • In the beginning with God; Around 2 BC, during the reign of Caesar Augustus
RealName
  • Jesus Henry Christ
ImageCaption
  • A depiction of Jesus from a rendition of the Shroud of Turin impression.
Publisher
Death
Parents
  • *God *Mary *Joseph
Masters
  • God's Force ghost
Birth
  • 0
  • 42103
  • , Roman Empire
  • : 4 B.C.
  • Immaculately.
  • Son of God: With God and the Primordials
  • c. 4 BCE
Nationality
  • Israel
  • Galilean
  • Kingdom of Heaven, born Jewish Israelite as a man
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  • Ficional versions of Jesus have been portrayed in many movies included in the Fargo Filmmaking Wiki.
  • Jesus Christ (4 BC - 30 AD) was the founder of the Christian religion. The Back to the Future trilogy occasionally makes reference to religion in its social commentary, and like most popular films, has been analyzed by persons seeking to find hidden religious meaning. References to Jesus Christ include the following: * In demonstrating how the time machine works, Doc Brown says that one could see the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and the display shows "JUL 04 1776". Next, he says, "or witness the birth of Christ!" and punches in 12250000 to display "DEC 25 0000". Luckily for Marty, the date that Doc sets after that is "NOV 05 1955", so Marty ends up traveling 30 years back in time rather than 1,985 years back. * In downtown Hill Valley, the former Town Theater is occupied, in 1985 by a church, the Assembly of Christ. The sign outside the church says "Salvation is Free", promoting the evangelical mission of the church. The Reverend John Crump is listed on the former theater marquee as the pastor. Marty crashes through the front door of the church, rather than into its walls, on his return from 1955 to 1985 and -- some would say miraculously -- is uninjured. * Marty used Christ's name as an exclamation during the events shown in first film: when he walked into Doc's lab on his way to school and noticed the mess; was talking to Jennifer Parker ("Jesus, I'm starting to sound like my old man!"); watched in horror as Einstein became the world's first time traveler ("Jesus Christ, Doc, you disintegrated Einstein!"); heard Doc describe ripping off a group of terrorists; saw Mr. Strickland in 1955 ("Jesus, didn't that guy ever have any hair?"); and was trying to help his future dad with pickup lines ("Jesus, George, it's a wonder I was even born!"). * On the other hand, Marty made no reference to Jesus at all during the events shown in Part II or in Part III (though he could hear his "younger self" exclaim "Geez, you smoke too?") * A statue of Jesus can be seen in the cemetery in Part II. There are also cross-shaped grave markers appearing in both Part II and Part III. * Seen in Part III, Marty's great-great-grandmother, Maggie McFly, who was Roman Catholic, made the sign of the cross as she worried about having "Mr. Eastwood" in her home. * When Marty had supper with Seamus and Maggie McFly, Seamus said grace at supper, "From thy bounty through Chris Our Lord, Amen", and he and Maggie each made the sign of the cross before starting to eat. Most of Marty's acquaintances in Hill Valley referred to God, rather than to Jesus, in various contexts.
  • Our Lord and Savior Jesus H. Christ On A Cracker is a political figure in early 1st century Rome and Judea. He has yet to appear in an episode of Doctor Who, but his presence is still felt due to noted Christian Rustle The Unfaithful With Shipping Davies and his brother in god Pastor David MacDonald.
  • Jesus Christ is the prophet of Christianity. Christians view him as the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament and as the Son of God, who provided salvation and reconciliation with God to humankind by dying for their sins, then raising himself from the dead. He is a recurring character on Family Guy, who has visited The Griffin Family many times and has some very human problems. Jesus is mainly voiced by Seth MacFarlane, but in episodes, showing him as a teenager, he is voiced by Alec Sulkin.
  • He occasionally has coffee with Satan.[1] This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Jesus Christ (of Nazareth) is the son of God and Mary.
  • Jesus Christ of Nazareth, also known as the King of Kings, Jehoshua and the Savior, is the key religious figure of Christianity. According to Christian belief, he was the son of the Judeo-Christian God and the Virgin Mary. In Islam, he is viewed as a mortal prophet, and is known in Arabic as Isa.
  • Jesus of Nazareth, alias Jesus Christ, is the central figure of Christianity, a philosopher, teacher, and martyr, believed to be the Messiah of ultimate salvation and Son of God by followers of Christian traditions. After being horrifically murdered, he was resurrected... with the purpose of bringing vengeance to those who had wronged him in life. During the second coming, he was reanimated as a Black Lantern zombie and does battle with Green Lantern and the Green Lantern Corps.
  • He was born in the year 4 BC. (MM: "Anamnesis") However, this is not known to the general public, including the Millennium Group. (MM: "Midnight of the Century") Several Biblical books, including the entire New Testament, are believed to represent the testimony of Jesus. (MM: "Monster") Jesus spoke fluent Aramaic (TXF: "Hollywood AD") and was born in a stable in Bethlehem. (MM: "Midnight of the Century") His birth was announced by angels. (MM: "Monster") Jesus first came in contact with his Father on a mountain-top. (TXF: "Providence") Jesus held the power of transubstantiation, and used it to turn water into wine. It would later be used by the Roman Catholic Church to turn communion wafers into the body of Christ. (TXF: "Underneath") In a biblical parable, Jesus created an entire feast of loaves and fish. Dr. Charles Burks believed Jesus used vibuti when he performed this miracle. (TXF: "The Calusari") Jesus expelled demons from a herd of enchanted hogs. The demons informed Jesus that they were collectively known as "Legion." (MM: "The Judge") Jesus rose Lazarus from the dead, using a special incantation. Some believed this incantation was recorded by Lazarus's aunt in a special clay bowl. (TXF: "Hollywood AD") Before his death, Jesus hosted the Last Supper. (TXF: "The Calusari") He was crucified, but with his death, he promised the world his unconditional love. (TXF: "Orison") Angels announced his death to his apostles. (MM: "Monster") He resurrected himself soon afterward, and according to some accounts, continued his teachings. When he finally left his apostles, he stated, "I leave you in peace. My peace I give you." (TXF: "Hollywood AD") He is believed to come back and bring about the end of the world. His counterpart during this time is the Antichrist. (MM: "Marantha") It is also believed that Jesus will reign over the Earth for a thousand years following the end times. (MM: "The Beginning and the End") Jesus was closer to his disciple Mary Magdalene than is shown in the Bible. He was intimate with her and they had a daughter, the ancestor of Clare McKenna. Jesus' close relationship with his disciple Mary Magdalene was covered up by various groups and people, including Lara Means. (MM: "Anamnesis") Despite his wishes, Jesus was unnable to change the hearts of men and bring peace to Earth and goodwill towards men. (TXF: "Je Souhaite") Jesus is believed by many Christians to be the Savior, and that only with his help can people go to heaven. (TXF: "Chimera") Christmas was adapted as a celebration of Jesus' birth. A nativity scene is built by some people during Christmas time, which features a baby Jesus. (TXF: "Christmas Carol") His actual birthday is unknown. (MM: "Midnight of the Century") His name is often used as an expletive, as in "Jesus, man," (TXF: "Lazarus") "Jesus!," (The X-Files: Fight the Future) "Jeez," (TXF: "Arcadia") or "Oh, Jesus." (MM: "Paper Dove") It is also used to give thanks, often in a quasi-religious way. (TXF: "Detour") Christ's Church was a Roman Catholic church named explicitly for Jesus, in Washington, DC. (TXF: "Hollywood AD") In the 1960s, Catherine Miller had a friend whose mom saw an image of Jesus in a loaf of bread. (MM: "Anamnesis") In 1995, Dana Scully believed a photograph of an alleged poltergeist was equivalent to tabloid photographs of Jesus' face appearing in an elm tree. (TXF: "The Calusari") Vernon Ephesian and the Temple of the Seven Stage believed the FBI and the ATF were the Devil's army and would fight against the "commandments of God and testimony of Jesus Christ." (TXF: "The Field Where I Died") In 1998, Walter Skinner scoffed at the idea that Gibson Praise might be a second coming of Jesus Christ. (TXF: "The End") Micah Hoffman forged the Gospel of Mary Magdalene which asserted that Jesus had an intimate relationship with Mary Magdalene, one of his disciples. Hoffman later believed that he himself had become Jesus Christ. This idea was partially entertained by Dana Scully, but dismissed out of hand by Fox Mulder. (TXF: "Hollywood AD") It could be said that Hoffman's knowledge of Jesus and Mary Magdalene's relationship (known presumably only to a select few) might lend credence to his theory. The Cigarette Smoking Man compared Fox Mulder's constant "suffering" as equivalent to the suffering of Christ. (TXF: "The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati") Dana Scully believed that someone wanting to teach others about Christ was a noble act. (TXF: "Chimera")
  • Jesus Christ was the apparent son of God.
  • Jesus of Nazareth was a Jewish Rabbi regarded as a great teacher and healer. He lived c. 7–2 BCE to 30–36 CE. He is the central figure of Christianity, in which he is worshipped as Jesus Christ (Messiah). When William Boone was researching the possibility that Taelons had lived on Earth in antiquity, he used an image of Jesus as part of a computer composite that strongly resembled a Taelon ("Miracle").
  • Jesus Christ is the son of God and the prophet of Christianity. He made made a few appearances in episodes of Drawn Together.
  • This article describes various allusions to Jesus Christ in the Smallville series. Tess: What do you do when you find Judas in your midst? Who would Christ have been if Judas had not betrayed him? Maybe we would remember Jesus as only a teacher roaming the desert. Davis: I don't quite understand what you're getting at. Tess: Without Judas, Jesus would never have risen from the dead to come back and face his greatest challenge: saving humankind. There is a savior among us. You are here to betray him. Season Eight, Eternal Tess: Well, you seem to be taking my open-door policy a little liberally these days, don't you? Clark: I guess I assumed after you ambushed me in my barn and accused me of being an alien Jesus that we had dropped any formalities. Season Eight, Injustice Oliver: Who are you, huh? Wha-what's all this, what's the 'S' stand for? What is that, 'Superstar'? Clark: It gives people hope. Oliver: I'll tell you what, Clark. Why don't you, uh, go ahead and plaster your symbol of superiority all over the city so people can worship you like some kind of modern Jesus. That's what you want, right? That's why you're here? Here to save us? Season Nine, Rabid
  • Jesus (c. 4 BCE – c. 30 CE), also known as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, is one of the central figures of Christianity. His believers, called Christians, view him as the Christ and the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament, believing him to be the Son of God who sacrificed himself to cleanse the sins of all humanity, before being resurrected from the dead and ascending to Heaven. A Jewish carpenter and preacher in Roman Judaea, his most prominent work was the performing of grand miracles, which were actually granted by the powers of the Shroud of Eden, one of the Pieces of Eden. The Templars took notice of his many followers, and eventually learned of the source of his powers. After being betrayed to them by Judas Iscariot, Jesus was arrested, tortured and crucified by the Templars, who took the Shroud for themselves. However, Jesus' disciples were able to recover the Shroud and briefly resurrect him.
  • Jesus lived a long time ago and nobody knows what color he was, so most people pretend he was white, since most important races are. A lot of people make Jesus seem like he was an uptight dude, but really he just liked to laugh with his buddies, chill out with the disciples, and enjoy a good rave on Friday nights. He also briefly frontlined the highly successful band The Havah Nagillahs, which failed after the background musicians walked out to form the chart-topping rap group The Twelve Disciples (a.k.a. D12). Controversially, Jesus had a false arm, which he often kept in a shed for safe keeping. Further still, he was noted for many famous sayings (see: Famous sayings of Jesus) many of which were cribbed from The Bible. The majority of series is set in and around the year 0 CE. It tells the tale of a young Jewish boy who is raised In Israel, and while studying religious texts, he begins believing that his true father is the almighty God mentioned in the scripts. At 30 years old, he sets out on his quest to coerce people into believing his fantasies, and preaching to any desperate man who will listen that he is the savior of world, and without him everyone and everything would cease to exist. Finally, at the age of 33, he was crucified by the Roman Empire because they were jelly of his fame. His body was buried in a tomb, and three days after his death, his body was stolen by grave robbers. However, avid fans, followers, and imitators of The New Testament insist that an angel from Jesus' books came to life and took him back to Heaven.
  • Jesus Christ is the son of God and the savior of mankind.
  • Jesus Christ was a human who became the central figure of Christianity. Castiel confirmed that Luke from the New Testament was indeed a prophet. Since he is a prophet, and most of his prophetic writings are about Jesus, it is implied that Jesus had supernatural significance. Jesus Christ's symbolic crucifix has been featured many times through rosaries and churches often with an image of him nailed on it. Edward Carrigan: All of a sudden, this Jesus character is the hot new thing in town. All of a sudden, our altars are being burned down, and we’re being hunted down like common monsters. Season 3, A Very Supernatural Christmas Eve: What is right for me? Rick: This emptiness you feel inside -- it's really a hunger for him. Eve: You do know that Jesus was just a man. Rick: Sure, but he is also the son of God, sent here because he loves us. Season 6, ...And Then There Were None Vesta: It only got pathetic when I started having to do it myself. Because of that hippie from Bethlehem -- before him, they practically threw virgins at me. Season 9, Rock and a Hard Place Sam Winchester (about the homeless encampment where Metatron is currently located sees him as a new Jesus): There's a homeless encampment. The way the folks talking he's got them convinced he's some kind of new Jesus or something. Season 9, Do You Believe In Miracles? Gabriel: Hey what's up shorties? Remember me? The guy who died for your sins? No, not the cat with the beard and the sandals. The hot one. Season 9, Meta Fiction
  • Jesus Christ is considered by Christians to be God incarnate in human flesh, the second person of the Trinity.
  • Jesus Christ is the Son of God, who was crucified on a wooden cross, then rose from the dead three days later. Christ is the Messiah fortold in the Old Testament of the Bible. The Gospels, or the first four books of the New Testament, tell the story of the life, teachings, and crucifixion of Jesus.
  • Somebody Dave is indirectly responsible for the death of. HBK really loves the guy. Jobbed to Vince McMahon.
  • Jesus is a mexican guy. The "J" is pronounced with an "H." Image:Baby Jesus.jpg Image:FunSteve.png Jesus ChristMakes The Baby Jesus™ Happy And that Makes Stephen happy, too! Image:KnightsTemplarCross.gif Image:KnightsTemplarCross.gif Jesus Christis a Truthiness Crusader! Jesus Colbert a.k.a. Jesus H. Christ is Our Lord and Savior, not to be confused with Jebus, a.k.a Barack Obama. Jesus was born on Christmas, had sex on Good Friday and was resurrected on Easter. He raped Bambi :) FTW. It is said that one day, Christ will go to an Olive Garden, an event known as the Rapture, where he will rape islamo-terrorists with an AK-47 for trying to plot another Nine-Eleven attack. Some liberal monkeys believe that he was an anti-war advocate. Actually, he once said "Though shall use the other fist once they have already been punched with the other"and "Hit them again when they turn the other (butt) cheek". Fisting it up the butt. Another misconception was that he was a communist, which is SO totally not true. He even admitted to being a capitalist and wanted others to strive purely to make a profit. For him. Since Jesus is God, when he said "give to Ceasar salad dressing...and Give unto God that which belongs to God" , he meant lower taxes on the rich & give me (the divine "Me") the rest of the money. Jesus died for our sins on a cross and now all we have to do is confess our sins and believe in Him and we get to go to Heaven. Pretty sweet deal, right? Well at least for us. Oh, and apparently he's a superstar. For some reason, liberals can't seem to get it together to save their godless souls. Just makes more room for the rest of us at the all-you-can-eat shrimp & Filet mingon buffet in Heaven. Olive Garden for the win! More than one Jesus appearing to you at a time are called "Jesi", pronounced like the "jee" in "golly-jee" and "zi" as in "Zionist pig". Seeing more than one Jesus can also be referred to as a hallucination. There's only one Jesus, in case you were stupid and didn't know. Seeing two doesn't mean you're on the path to heaven, it means you're on the path to drug rehab.
  • Tim often prays to him, and usually gets what he asks for. In "Cleveland Jr. Cherry Bomb", he possessed a statue of himself at the church. Holt once prayed to him, but didn't get the tickets that he asked for. Cleveland Jr. gets Evelyn Brown a painting of Jesus playing basketball with Barack Obama in "You're the Best Man, Cleveland Brown". When Rallo claims he feels like Jesus after being betrayed by Judas in "Brown Magic". Judas takes credit for wine Jesus brought to a party to score with Tammy, leaving Jesus to note that is his second betrayal. A variation of Jesus appears in stained glass in church in "Jesus Walks". The previously mentioned statue corrects Jr. when he says he loves Jesus, giving the Latino pronunciation of "hay-ZOOS". Rallo accidentally shoots a picture of Jesus in "A Rodent Like This" with a suction dart and begs for forgiveness. Just like on Family Guy, he is usually voiced by Alec Sulkin. However, in his appearance in "Jesus Walks", he is voiced by Mike Henry.
  • One of the two main antagonists who face Hank in the Madness series by Krinkels, Jesus Christ was one of the most potent foes until Tricky was "enhanced" by the Improbability Drive. First appearing in the original Madness Combat, Jesus is an obvious reference to Jesus Christ [1], bearing the distinctive halo as well as a beard (which is featured in the Western interpretation of Jesus). Jesus has been seen in every Madness Combat episode to date at some point in the animation. He is an expert swordsman with skills that rival those of Hank. This character also has a number of abilities which makes him decidedly deadlier than the average enemy, those being his above-average strength, ability to float, ability to manipulate and throw objects (usually bodies) with lightning bolts, the ability to ward off bullets, and most of all, his ability to resurrect fallen characters as zombies. Krinkels has said that he "went the way of the sheriff" possibly meaning he will not return. As of Madness Inundation, Jesus has "died" a total of five times.
  • Jesus Christ is the central figure of Christianity (He is also present as a prophet or some other religious figure in other religions such as Islam, Bahá'í Faith etc.). He is the son of God. He was born in the Middle East to some Jewish broad named Mary. When he got older, he preached the true word of God to everyone around him. However, he was crucified for doing so and to this day his followers try to guilt trip people with it. He now resides in Heaven with his fellow Christians.
  • There are many similar mythological figures who correspond to the myth of Jesus, predating him, sometimes, by thousands of years: * Mithra * Attis, the Son of God of Phyrgia * Krishna, the Son of God of India * Dionysus or Bacchus, the Son of God of Greece
  • In 1746, Seamus MacIntyre invoked Christ in a prayer while escaping from English forces on horseback with the time-lost Montgomery Scott. (TOS novel: Home is the Hunter) While Captain Benjamin Sisko was experiencing visions sent to him by the Prophets, the image of Douglas Pabst once took Christ's name in vain while expressing his opinion of Benny Russell's story about a black captain of a space station. (DS9 episode: "Far Beyond the Stars") At Christmas of 1953, Russell thought it was ironic that the African-American Christians worshipped a white Jesus. Russell also felt that none of them questioned, or at least rarely did, why God sent Jesus "to the land of their oppressors". (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars) On the planet 892-IV, on which the Roman Empire never fell, the teachings of the "Son" began to spread during their 20th century. Initially, when the crew of the USS Enterprise visited the planet in 2267, they at first thought the natives of 892-IV were worshiping their sun, which was thought to be illogical given their stage of development. However Lt. Uhura revealed that it was not the sun in the sky being worshiped, but rather the Son of God. Kirk realized that the planet would have both Caesar and Christ. (TOS episode: "Bread and Circuses") The 'corpse' of Kirk's Starfleet Academy roommate, Thomas Clayton, believed he was Jesus Christ when under control of the 'god' Ay-nab. (TOS novel: The Starless World) Jesus Christ was the most notable person in history to have been executed by crucifixion - the Romans executed him in this manner by nailing him to a wooden beam attached to another beam that was anchored into the ground. In the centuries following his crucifixion the cross would become the symbol of Christianity. Some adherents of Christianity, such as Roman Catholics, would often display a crucifix - a cross with a physical representation of the corpus, or body of Christ, attached. In the Leonardo da Vinci holodeck program that Captain Janeway had been particpating in, there was a crucifix on one of the walls of da Vinci's workshop. (VOY episode: "The Omega Directive")
  • Jesus Christ, also known as the Messiah, Yeshua, Joshua, and Jeshua, is a major figure referenced multiple times in the Xenosaga series. He is seen physically in Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra. His relations to U-DO, the Zohar, Abel, Rennes-le-Château and Grimoire Verum are unknown. It can be inferred that Jesus was very wary and concerned about the dangers of the Zohar, given that he created a Zohar control program, although humanity continued to obsess over the Zohar for thousands of years.
  • Jesus of Nazareth (c. 5 BC/BCE – c. 30 AD/CE), also known as Jesus Christ or simply Jesus, is the central figure of Christianity. Christians view him as the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament and as the Son of God, who provided salvation and reconciliation with God to humankind by dying for their sins, then raising himself from the dead. In the early episodes, adult Jesus was voiced by Seth MacFarlane. In more recent episodes, Alec Sulkin has taken over the role. A standing gag is that Jesus drives a Cadillac Escalade. In "North by North Quahog", he is seen in the car in an action trailer for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ 2: Crucify This and is portrayed by Jim Caviezel opposite Chris Tucker. In "Blind Ambition", God is seen hitting on a woman in The Drunken Clam. After lighting her cigarette with a lightning bolt, God accidentally sets the bar on fire by pointing at the woman, causing lightning to strike her, upon which she explodes from the immense heat causing a fire to erupt. As God screams his name, he comes in and God tells him to get the Escalade so they can escape. In "Chitty Chitty Death Bang", Jesus also has the power to turn water into funk. Stu Griffin in Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story segment "Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure", explains time travel vacations to his younger self by relating his previous vacation to biblical times, when he went back to see Jesus Christ. He observes that his abilities may have been exaggerated a bit. Jesus is then shown performing Art Metrano's "tricks" while humming "Fine and Dandy". In "Deep Throats", in response to Lois Griffin's question "What if Jesus had given up?", he is seen in a shabby domestic setting, lazing in a chair, kids running amok around him, and he calls out to their mother as to why the ironing board is still out. According to "Boys Do Cry", Stewie admires Jesus, and imagines what it would be like to meet him. He enters a room in Jesus' house to find him standing in a tub, naked washing himself. Seeing Stewie watching him, he carries on. In "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One", Mayor Lois Griffin claims that Adolf Hitler is plotting with The Legion of Doom to assassinate Jesus, this way she can get taxpayer money for the sake of Lake Quahog. In "No Meals on Wheels", Peter believes he is Jesus when he first discovers static shock. In "Petergeist", according to Stewie, Jesus is actually Chinese and his last name is Hong. Stewie also explains that Jesus has no idea where the surname Christ came from. According to the National Gun Association's pro-guns film in "And the Wiener is...", Jesus and Moses used guns to defeat the Romans. During his second coming, shown in "Stewie Loves Lois", Jesus's stature is found to be short since science has proven that people were shorter in biblical times. Peter Griffin somehow confuses Jesus with the Incredible Hulk during Jonathan Weed's funeral in in "Mr. Saturday Knight". Jesus gets involved with Quantum Leap during "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Fonz", being threatened with a shotgun after kissing a farmer's wife. In "I Dream of Jesus", it is revealed he worked at Dead Format Records before Peter Griffin recognized him. The two became friends. Soon after a public display of his powers, Jesus became an instant celebrity, appearing at Paris Hilton's party, on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, at the MTV Video Music Awards and in many magazines. When the celebrity status becomes too much for him after a drug overdose, he is incarcerated, and then decides to go back into hiding. In "Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air", Pontius Pilate and Judas Iscariot find kindred spirits in one another, and prance off to conspire a way to kill Jesus. Peter thanks Jesus when Carter Pewterschmidt admits he had a good time with Peter in "Screwed the Pooch". Jesus starts to explain that it wasn't actually him who had helped, when Vishnu interrupts to say that it doesn't matter as he's used to it. Jesus has a friend named Trevor, who said "Hello" to him during The Bachelorette, as seen in "Brian the Bachelor". Jesus is seen on the sofa eating crisps and watching the show, when the phone immediately rings, and he says he was watching it happen. He also makes use of his powers to assist his golf game, as seen in "Holy Crap". Although he is "Employee of the Week" at Happy-Go-Lucky Toys, he is on the golf course going for his fourth Birdie. He makes his swing, and the ball lands extremely close to the hole, on the verge of going in. Using his power, he gets the ball to go in. In "The Courtship of Stewie's Father", he and Joseph have an argument so he calls God and asks if he can live with him. God, in bed with a young woman, his girlfriend named Janet, claims it is not a good time for him to come. Jesus is voiced by Seth Green here. On "Family Goy", Jesus repays the Griffins a visit to straighten their identities, and mentions how he himself is a Jew. File:BlackJesus.jpg He appears as "Black Jesus" in "Jerome Is the New Black". This variation is voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson. A black Jesus on a crucifix appears and becomes a brief point of conversation in "The Splendid Source". In "Go, Stewie, Go!", Jesus is on the side of the jocks in a dodgeball game against the meek. In "April in Quahog", Jesus flipped off Mort Goldman and implied he would be going to Hell for not believing in his powers when the world was thought to be coming to an end. He is mentioned in "And Then There Were Fewer", when James Woods explains that he was now a born-again Christian. In "Friends of Peter G", the revealing of his birth causes three men to repeatedly stab each other to death. He is also seen as a figure on a crucifix when Peter has the AA group change the community center to resemble a church to fool Joe Swanson when they had all been drinking. The extended version of "Foreign Affairs" features a television commercial for "Jeez-It" brand snack crackers. In "Jesus, Mary & Joseph", Peter tells his own version of the Nativity story. During this, Brain states that the story is fictional. Stewie gets annoyed and references "I Dream of Jesus". and asks him how much more proof did he need. Stewie admits he has interfered with the past many times in "Life of Brian". A cutaway shows him planting the idea to rebel in Judas' head during the Last Supper by noting that he only had the salad while Jesus had five margaritas. When Carter Pewterschmidt fears being accused of being Jewish for canceling the Christmas Carnival at the Quahog Mall in "Christmas Guy", he has a giant banner proclaiming the reinstatement of the carnival picturing with himself and Jesus. Peter and Lois bump into Jesus at the Quahog Mall at Christmastime in "The 2000-Year-Old Virgin" and Peter sets up a night out with the guys to celebrate his birthday. When the guys discover that Jesus is still a virgin, they decide to help him get laid. However, he sets his sights on Lois and gets her and Peter to agree to the affair. But when Peter discovers that playing the virgin is a routine scam by Jesus, he rushes to stop things, only to find that Lois already refuses to cheat as well. Jesus pretends that everything was a test of their marriage and slips away. Stewie explains to Brian that Jesus didn't really die on the cross in "Stewie, Chris & Brian's Excellent Adventure" as God discovers in a cutaway that it was really due to cocaine and trauma to the colon. When Carter has an affair with Tricia Takanawa in "Carter and Tricia", Peter vows to make his Tricia “tiger mom” proud, unlike how Jesus about his kids, setting up a cutaway in which Jesus responds sarcastically to his child Billy's complaint of bullying. Jesus appears in two cutaway gags in "How the Griffin Stole Christmas". First as an adult enjoying sledding as his "second passion of the Christ," then as an infant when The Little Drummer Boy becomes a fan of Neil Pert.
  • Jesus Christ of Nazareth (also called The Lord, Son of God) was a Jewish preacher, and religious leader, and the Son of God. Jesus was crucified on the Cross in 33 A.D., but then resurrected as an Holy Spirit. It was later found out the Holy Spirit of Jesus was within the Holy Sword, Caledfwlch.
  • Jesus Christ is an individual worshiped by Christians.
  • Jesus Christ was a human religious figure that lived about 2,200 years before the Third Age of Mankind. Christ was seen as the divine son of God. His teachings would later become the cornerstone of the Christian religion on Earth. Christ would continue to be worshiped by members of the Roman Catholic Church and other Christian religions, and held as a prophet by Islam. After amassing a large following of people, politically powerful individuals came to see Christ as a threat, and he was executed by the Roman Empire by crucifixion. On the night before his execution Christ had spent time praying in the Garden of Gethsemane, where he asked the Father for the cup to pass from him - if the execution he knew was about to occur could somehow be avoided, before a force sent by the temple priests came to arrest him. In 2260 Brother Edward, the mindwiped former Black Rose Killer, reflected on Christ's time in the Garden of Gethsemane. Edward told Delenn and Lennier that Christ did not have to stay in the Garden, that he could have fled and delayed his arrest for a few hours or even a few days, but that he stayed anyways, even though he knew he would soon be tortured and killed. Edward always wondered if he would have had the courage to remain in the Garden himself, something that he found out when the families of his murder victims tortured and crucified him prior to his own death in 2260.
  • Jesus Christ is God's son. He has appeared in many episodes. Among his various appearances on the show, Jesus has been seen hosting his own public access television call-in show, Jesus and Pals. He is a member of the superhero group Super Best Friends.
  • Contrary to popular belief, both liberals and conservatives can be Christian, it just depends on whether you respect what Jesus said, or what a bunch of rightwing fruitcakes have extracted from the rest of the Bible. This however, is argued to be untrue by fear-mongers and haters of love. However, he could make a mean fish supper. Like many modern celebrities Jesus is mainly famous because of who his dad was. Jesus is of course also famous for rising from the dead and becoming a Zombie, see Zombie Jesus Jesus looked quite different from the way he's often shown in pictures. Jesus was Black. Seriously Jesus was a dark skinned Jew and as dark as the Arabs in that region are today. Many nice white Christians look down on people with that skin color. They wouldn't want anyone as dark as Jesus or Obama in their churches. Not all Christians are bad that way.
  • Jesus Christ (a.k.a. Jeezus or Jebus) was the son of Yahweh and Mary. He is much less genocidal, but was sacrificed. He also was a republican, and supported Murica. According to Sunday Brunchism, he hates comic sans, but comic sans didn't exist in his time, so that is illogical.
  • Jesus Christ is the son of God, an angel who took the form of a human, and the principle figure of Christianity. The word "Jeepers," often used by Wendy Harris, is a word often used by a person who is expressing surprise about something. The word is actually a euphemism of Jesus Christ. Also, the word Gee, is a word that is short for Jesus. When the Super Friends were about to go to Haunted Hills to the golf course there, Wendy tells them: "Jeepers, it's gonna be fun caddying for you!" When faced with the dilemma of trying to learn who Roy La Post is, Wendy asks: "Jeepers, what do we do, give up?" When Polly Lean disappeared from the Justice League Laboratory, Wendy Harris said: "Jeepers, she was here a minute ago." While bike riding in Haunted Hills Forest, Wendy Harris sees a FRERP Ferris Wheel. She then says: "Jeepers, who'd build a ferris wheel in a forest?" After the incident with the Raven, Wendy Harris said; "Gee, we're sure lucky everything turned out so well." When Wendy and Marvin forgot to show Batman and Robin what they thought were giant chicken tracks at a roadside clearing in Cave County, Wendy says: Jeepers, we should have shown you when you were there!" When Wendy and Marvin went into what they initially thought was Min & Max Trucking Co., Inc., Wendy said: "Jeepers, this isn't a truck garage."
  • Jesus Christ is the protagonist of the hit 2001 movie, Shrek produced by Dreamworks Pictures. He has become the subject of many fanfictions, including The Holy Bible by a group of cultists devoted to the film.
  • His words were well known and occasionally quoted, for example by James T. Kirk, Spock, Montgomery Scott, Harry Mudd, Kathryn Janeway, Tom Paris, and The Doctor. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" , TOS: "The Empath" , TOS: "I, Mudd" , VOY: "Good Shepherd", VOY: "Year of Hell", VOY: "Fair Haven") The imperial Roman planet 892-IV began spreading the word of the "Son" during their 20th century. At that time, the crew of the USS Enterprise visited that planet, where they misconstrued it as "sun" worship. Uhura later discovered that this was not the sun in the sky, but the Son of God, prompting Kirk to muse, "Caesar and Christ. They had them both. And the word is spreading only now." (TOS: "Bread and Circuses" ) In Captain Janeway's Leonardo da Vinci holo-program, there was a crucifix depicting Jesus Christ in Leonardo's workshop. (VOY: "The Omega Directive") In a ward of Sisters of Hope Infirmary, a hospital in 1893 San Francisco, there was a small statue of Jesus. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II" ) Jesus' name was prone to be used as a proclamation or an intensifier. For example, upon seeing the USS Enterprise-E during his first warp flight, Zefram Cochrane exclaimed "Sweet Jesus". The same expression was used by Leonard McCoy while attempting to save Klingon Chancellor Gorkon. The phrase "for Christ's sake" was used by Douglas Pabst while stressing to Benny Russell how unbelievable the concept of a Negro captain of a space station in the future was. (Star Trek: First Contact; Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country; DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars") In an alternate timeline in 1944, Carmine said, "Jesus, he looked like some kind of demon," having come face-to-face with Ghrath. (ENT: "Storm Front") Jesus Christ was already referenced in the very first proposal for Star Trek, Star Trek is..., which proposed among a few other stories one called "the Coming", about the "disturbingly familiar" quiet dignity of an individual condemned to crucifixion in an alien society.
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  • Jesus of Nazareth (b. 8-4 BC) is the central figure of Christianity. Christian views of Jesus center on the belief that Jesus is the Messiah as promised in the Old Testament and that he was resurrected after he died on a cross. Christians predominantly believe that Jesus is the Son of God, who became incarnate to provide salvation and to reconcile humanity with God by atoning for the sins of humanity by his death. Other common Christian beliefs include his Virgin Birth, miracles, fulfillment of biblical prophecy, ascension into Heaven, and future Second Coming. The birth of Jesus is celebrated on Christmas. According to the Bible, Jesus' mother, Mary, and adoptive father, Joseph, were unable to find lodging in Bethlehem when she was pregnant with him and were forced to bring the child into the world in a lowly manger, where he was visited by some local shepherds. Later on, he was visited at his home in Nazareth by some magi (or wise men), who brought him gifts of gold, myrrh, and frankincense. These two events have sometimes been combined into what is traditionally referred to as the Nativity story, and it has been portrayed by the Muppets on several occasions.
  • Jesus Christ, also known as the Nazarene, King of the Jews, and Lord thy God, was a Jedi Master and distant descendant of Qui-Gon Jinn. A member of the New Jedi Order from long after the Skywalker Epoch, the name of his birth was . A firm advocate of intervention beyond that of fighting the Dark Side, he preached that the Order should help the less fortunate, and that the rich of the galaxy should give all of their wealth to the poor. At some point in his life, he was sent by the Order to help tame the Outer Rim. His ship, however, was sucked into a wormhole, which took him to the bass-ackwards planet of Earth. After several years of building up a following in the hopes of bringing tangible civilization, taking the name of Jesus Christ in the process, he was betrayed and crucified. With the Force as his ally, however, he was able to escape death. Soon afterward, he beat feet back to the Republic, asking the Jedi to send out scouts to watch and see what happened later. was a talented polyglot, and could insult just about anyone in their native tongue, both before and after drinking them under the table, even though he was a peaceful person at heart. He was also very proficient in the use of mind tricks and using the Force to lift really big stuff.
  • Jesus Christ (Yeshua Ha Mashiach in Hebrew) is the Son of God, who was prophesied of and sent by God to be the Messiah to the people of Israel and the Savior of all mankind. Born of a virgin woman named Mary prior to the early First Century A.D. during the reign of Caesar Augustus of the Roman Empire, Jesus led a completely sinless life while being a teacher to Israel and working various miracles through the power of God, and then sacrificed Himself on the cross so that His blood would be sufficient to pay for the sins of all mankind. He rose from the dead three days later and then ascended into heaven, charging His disciples to preach the gospel to every creature and to make disciples of all nations, giving them power to do so with the Holy Spirit. One of His promises is that He will return to receive those who believe in Him unto Himself, so that they may be where He is. This promise was fulfilled in the books "Left Behind" and "The Rapture", when the true Christians were raptured from the earth. He later returned with the saints in the book "Glorious Appearing" to defeat the Antichrist Nicolae Carpathia and the False Prophet Leon Fortunato, and to set up the Millennial Kingdom that He would rule in until the time of the "new heavens and new earth". At the end of the Millennium, Jesus handed back the Kingdom to His God and Father and became "subject to Him (JEHOVAH) that subjected all things under His (Jesus) feet." Because of Jesus' Biblical message that He alone is the way to God, that no one can come to the Father except through Him (John 14:6), Christianity tends to be seen as intolerant in the eyes of people of either no religion or of other religions. The Biblical claim that Jesus also is God "made manifest in the flesh" (1st Timothy 3:16) is also seen as an anathema to certain groups of people.
  • Jesus was first born because God was doing some naughty things that He shouldn't have been doing. Nine months later, a woman gave birth to Jesus Christ. Jesus declared himself son of God, even though the stuff God was doing had absolutely nothing to do with Jesus' birth. The naughty things were mostly littering. God took pity on this boy and adopted him. He also possessed him, which was rather creepy. Jesus grew up as the great son of God, but he was also God himself. It doesn't really make much sense. Anyway, Jesus saved lotsa people so he got impaled on a cross for some reason. We didn't do any research. Then he came back to life because he was God. Now people have crosses in their homes and churches so they can forever show that they wished Jesus was dead.
  • Christ on the cross is pictured in "Lincoln Lover" as Greg Corbin sings "We're Red and We're Gay". Francine worries about explaining to Jesus that she prayed to an elephant in "Four Little Words". Jesus appears in "The Most Adequate Christmas Ever" when Stan crashes his birthday party in order to get a second chance at life and to save his family. Stan refers to Roger as a combination of "Mary, Queen of Scots, Brangelina and Jesus" in "Weiner of Our Discontent". In "Rapture's Delight", Francine meets him in a diner after breaking up with Stan. As he leads the forces of good against the Anti-Christ, he recruits Stan as an unwilling soldier. Santa Claus is shocked to discover Jesus, who holds a permanent place on the "good" list, is Jewish in "Minstrel Krampus". Jesus is voiced by Mike Barker in "The Most Adequate Christmas Ever" and Will Forte in "Rapture's Delight".
  • Gemellus maintained that he was a carpenter's son, a child prodigy, and "extremely handsome, charismatic and persuasive". He was able to amass great audiences when he spoke, and his lectures often attacked Judaism as inadequate to inform the rigours of daily life. Those who came to follow Jesus as a deity believed he was the Messiah, "Christos" meaning "saviour" in Greek. Others thought of him as a "maverick rabbi", or a "false prophet". Eventually, betrayed by Jewish religious leaders who had become jealous of his abilities, he was nailed to a stauros, or cross, on Easter. In the 21st year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, the Pharisees, leaders of the Jewish community, influenced the Roman procurator of the area, Pontius Pilate, to have Jesus executed for heresy. Gemellus also knew of a story, of which he was no great believer, that Jesus' body, after death, had somehow vanished after its entombment. Christians, he said, believed that he had come back to life, resurrected by the Jewish God. (PROSE: Byzantium!)
  • Depending on whom you believe, Jesus Christ was the Son of God, a prophet, or a rebellious trouble-maker. Whatever the case, this earnt him a place in history as one of the main staples of a major religion or two (plus the variations on the theme), and we record the passing of years from the supposeded year of his birth, so he must've done something right. He's also earned the status of a Join Me Top Trump. See also "The new Jesus?"
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