The Anointed; an appellation given to Jesus, the Savior. It is synonymous with the Hebrew Messiah.
Another name for Jesus Christ.
The anointed one. The title of Jesus. In Old Testament times anointing with oil (putting oil on someone's head) was often done to officially designate someone as the rightful holder of an office. At his baptism Jesus was anointed with the Holy Spirit to show his right to the offices of our prophet, priest, and king.
n.: A man who was born at least 5,000 years ahead of his time.
The word means "the anointed one." It is the equivalent in Greek of the Hebrew word "Messiah."
Messiah, Anointed One, Son of God, Jesus Christ· The title of the anointed one of God; the Messiah who is to come and establish the Kingdom of God on earth.
"Anointed," from the Greek christos.
Christ is another name for Jesus. It tells us that he was sent by God to save all people.
a word derived from the Greek Khristos ("anointed"). It is purportedly a translation for the Hebrew mashiach but it's a word that would have been completely foreign to the Hebrew Messiah. Interestingly, at the time of the 1st century believers, pagans in different parts of the world were already worshipping deities by the names Chreston and Krista. In ancient Egypt, Osiris, the Sun-deity, was also reverenced as Chrestos.
From the Greek Christos; a translation of the Hebraic word massiah. The Messiah is he who has been anointed with the sacred oil.
also 'Messiah'. An early Christian title affirming the status of Jesus. A Greek word meaning "anointed one", or "chosen one", God's deliverer. Messiah is the Hebrew translation
(Greek: Christos) the 'anointed' one.
or Kriste. Wisdom, knowledge, education. After the false God, Looeamong, falsely took this name, it became synonymous with warrior.
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)
any expected deliverer
An honorific title used for Jesus, from the Greek christos, â€œanointed.
From the Greek "Christos," meaning "anointed." The word is used in the Septuagint translation of the Hebrew scriptures to translate the Hebrew "messiah" (or "mashaih"), and today "Christ" and "Messiah" are often used interchangeably to refer to Jesus as "chosen" by God. Originally, the term was used in reference to the anointing ceremony that took place at the coronation of a king.
from "Christos," the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew term "Messiah."
Of the Greek CHRISTOS, the Hebrew Messiah, the Anointed one, the long awaited Savior. The one set aside for sacrifice. CHRIST is eternal and always existed. HE is mentioned in the O.T., *DAN 9:25-26. See 'JESUS'.
(Gr. Christos, the Annointed one). Title given to Jesus, the founder of Christianity, as being the Messiah or Lord's Annointed of the ancient Hebrew prophecy.
The Anointed; the Messiah; the deliverer of Israel whose coming was foretold by the Hebrew prophets
The title of Jesus, derived from the Greek translation of the Hebrew term Messiah, meaning the Anointed of God.
'the one [person] chosen and prepared by God' a title of Jesus which comes from the Greek language
The original Greek word Khristos meant enlightened or anointed one. Christ is the divine man. Jesus was a man who fully understood his divine nature, thus he became Jesus the Christ.
Common word used to express annoyance. One of the most misused words known to man. It is the English, bastardized version of "khristós", a Greek word meaning both "annointed" and "savior". Commonly thought to be the last name of Jesus of Nazareth when it is, in fact, a title; in other words, he should be referred to as "Jesus the Christ". Don't let any Fundies hear you say that, though.
In Christianity, the Messiah or Jesus symbolizing the ideal type or form of humanity.
The title of Jesus that means "anointed" or "chosen one" in Greek. The Hebrew word is "Messiah." Jesus Christ is God's chosen one to bring salvation to his people.
is the divine idea man. Jesus was not the Christ but a perfect representation of the Christ consciousness that is the true and higher self of every person. Christ is the manifestation of all that is good and true, the realization of divine principle. A Christian Scientist can say, "I am Christ."
person anointed with such a God-like disposition that we can regard him as the perfect example of the archetype. Kant regards Jesus as the Christ in this sense.
the Second Person of the Trinity; the one Son of God or totality of the Sonship; the Self that God created by extension of His spirit; though Christ creates as does His Father, He is not the Father since God created Christ, but Christ did not create God.(Note -- not to be equated exclusively with Jesus.) see: creations, vision
"Anointed"; early Gnostic term for an initiate.
( Church Latin, Christus Greek, christos, annointed chrio), to annoint with scented unguents or oil; spread over, smear, grease. Used to translate the Hebrew word mashiach, smeared, annointed.) 1. Judaism: (a) descriptive title of anyone specially approved (annointed) by Yahweh or His representative; (b) the annointed one (Messiah) whose appearance is predicted in the Jewish Scriptures. 2. Christianity: Jesus of Nazareth, regarded by Christians as the realization of the Jewish messianic prophecy: originally a title (Jesus the Christ), later used as part of the name (Jesus Christ).
from the Greek "christos," meaning "anointed one" or "chosen one." See also Messiah.
(Greek) Pure, perfect, ideal, or anointed. The only begotten Son of God, the creator or essence of all that can be known.
the Anointed Son of God
(from Greek christos, "anointed one"; Greek translation of Hebrew meshiach) Applied to Jesus/Joshua of Nazareth by his followers as a title, but soon came to be treated as a sort of second name. See Messiah.