Christ Jesus( According to Christian doctrine, the son of God and the Messiah.)
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Biography Christ Jesus
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. According to the canons of Christianity, Jesus Christ - the God-man, . which are connected by the divine (God the Son he - the second person of the Trinity) and human (born of the Virgin Mary) Nature, . freely accepted suffering and death on the cross for the redemption of original sin, . committed by Adam and Eve in the act of the Fall,
. Hence the epithets and the names of Jesus: Christ (in Greek, literally - the Anointed One, t. e. Messiah), Savior (Savior), the Redeemer (Rock,), the Son of man, the Son of God, etc..
On the phenomenon of the miraculous star of his birth the wise men learn and come to Jerusalem.
In 30 years, Jesus began to preach his doctrine. He called the first disciples (the twelve), performed miracles (resurrection of the dead, walking on water, the saturation of thousands of people with five loaves, healing the mentally ill, etc.).
Before Easter, Jesus Christ triumphantly rode a donkey into Jerusalem, welcomed by the crowd as the messianic king. Jewish elders, fearing its impact on the people, have decided to extradite him to death by the Roman authorities. To arrest Jesus secretly bribing the elders of the thirty pieces of silver one of the apostles - Judas Iscariot.
Jesus Christ among the apostles celebrated the ritual Passover meal (the Last Supper). The night he spends in the garden of Gethsemane on the Mount of Olives thief, where is drawn to God in prayer (the prayer over the chalice). Captured assistants elders in sign of Judas ( "Judas kiss"), Jesus Christ was allotted to the court of the Sanhedrin, who gave him a death sentence, and then confirmed by the Roman procurator Pontius Pilate.
After the death on the cross and subsequent resurrection of Jesus Christ for forty days, conversed with his disciples and then ascended into heaven. With the name of Jesus Christ connected the emergence of one of mankind's major religions - Christianity. The historical personality of Jesus Christ is recognized not only believers, but most modern scholars.
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