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you know, it begins with h.
I'm not going to stand here and talk about salvation
Where's the one about which foods he ate - I still am not satisfied with the answers
he probably ate falafel and stuff. Kebabs.
He couldn't have enjoyed it given he was inexplicably white
Hence the famous saying:
JESUS 'FOOTBALL' CLUB
Based on the terrible old joke 'harold be thy name'.
I'll get my coat :/
keep your coat, ill get mine.
his surname wasn't Christ either, it was misheard by the more primitive hearing technology of the time.
his full name was actually Jesus Harrington-Smythe. this is a fact.
this is an actual fact
Or Humphrey. Can't remember which, I'll ask him...
Ooh, get me and my controversial ways.
its the first google result if you google jesus :D
heres some quotes:
"Jesus of Nazareth (c. 5 BC/BCE – c. 30 AD/CE), also known as Jesus Christ or simply Jesus."
"Major events in Jesus' life from the Gospels:
Relegated down the celeb ranks to trifling resurrection appearances
"Using the name of Jesus Christ as an oath has been common for many centuries, but the precise origins of the letter H in the expression Jesus H. Christ are obscure. While many explanations have been proposed, some serious and some not, the most widely accepted derivation is from the divine monogram of Christian symbolism. The symbol, derived from the first three letters of the Greek name of Jesus (??????), is transliterated IHS, ??? (with lunate sigma), JHS or JHC. Since the transliteration IHS gave rise to the backronym Iesus Hominum Salvator (Latin for "Jesus, savior of men"), it is plausible that JHC similarly led to Jesus Harold Christ, Harold coming from the mispronunciation of the word "hallowed" of the Lord's Prayer: "Our Father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name." The H has also been said to stand for "Holy.""
but the reason people say Jesus H Christ is because of this, which it often says above churches: