Jesus Christ: the Messiah

Conscious TV

January 19, 2022

The Gospels affirm that Jesus Christ was the son of God.They state that he taught and healed and that Jesus gathered 12 disciples and other followers who considered him to be the Messiah.

That is why Jesus is called "Christ", which comes from the Greek word "Messiah".

Jesus' teachings focus mainly on the Kingdom of God, love of God and love of neighbor. Along with some of his teachings, his growing popularity among the masses was considered dangerous by Jewish religious leaders and Roman authorities, and he was crucified.

Christians believe that Jesus rose from the dead three days after being buried, thereby enabling believers to have their sins forgiven and attain eternal life. Much of Christianity's beliefs and practices center on the resurrection of Christ.

The most characteristic belief of Christianity is the doctrine of the Trinity, which considers God to be three persons: the Father, the Son (Christ) and the Holy Spirit.