The Greek form of Joshua, utilized in the authorized version of the Bible twice to designate the Jewish frontrunner so named (Acts vii. 45, Heb. iv. 8), as soon as to designate a guy called Justus (Col. iv. 11), and somewhere else once the personal title of the Saviour, often conjoined with Christ, the Anointed, the official name.
aided by the article, a representation of this crucifixion or associated with ecce homo, and/or associated with the mere emblem of Christ, such as the I. H. S. or : found in old inventories, etc.
a teacher and prophet produced in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; their life and sermons form the cornerstone for Christianity (circa 4 BC - advertising 29)