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  1. Mary, the mother of Jesus (30135 bytes)
    2: ...1605;ريم''') is the mother of [[Jesus]] and the [[betrothal|betrothed]] of [[Joseph the...
    6: Most, though not all, historians accept that Jesus of Nazareth was a historical figure, even if they...
    8: ...can be found in the [[Apocrypha]]. Assuming that Jesus died in his 30s, there is also little reason to d...
    15: ...ring these years only one event in the history of Jesus is recorded: his going up to [[Jerusalem]] when t...
    17: ...sion led to the first public miracle performed by Jesus (John 2:1-11). After this point, there is little...

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  1. Mexico (27255 bytes)
    194: The [[Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints]] ([[Mormons]]) enjoy...
  2. Rio de Janeiro (14538 bytes)
    7: ...bana]] and [[Ipanema]], for the giant statue of [[Jesus]], known as [[Christ the Redeemer (statue)|Christ...
  3. China (38909 bytes)
    53: ...e the son of [[God]] and the younger brother of [[Jesus]]. Although the imperial forces were eventually v...
  4. Religion in China (12456 bytes)
    7: ...uals. A Buddhist would have no trouble viewing [[Jesus]] as a [[Bodhisattva]] and incorporating some Chr...
  5. Mary I of England (24813 bytes)
    26: ...g to him as head of the Church of England under [[Jesus]], thus repudiating Papal authority, and acknowle...
  6. George Eliot (6014 bytes)
    8: ...al theologies. She translated Strauss' ''Life of Jesus'' ([[1846]]) and began contributing to the ''[[We...
  7. Hypatia of Alexandria (10302 bytes)
    26: ...s Peter was a perfect believer in all respects in Jesus Christ – and they proceeded to seek fo...
  8. Mahalia Jackson (2345 bytes)
    3: ...oon after in [[Europe]]. ''I Can Put My Trust in Jesus'' won a prize from the French Academy, while ''[...
  9. Mary, the mother of Jesus (30135 bytes)
    2: ...1605;ريم''') is the mother of [[Jesus]] and the [[betrothal|betrothed]] of [[Joseph the...
    6: Most, though not all, historians accept that Jesus of Nazareth was a historical figure, even if they...
    8: ...can be found in the [[Apocrypha]]. Assuming that Jesus died in his 30s, there is also little reason to d...
    15: ...ring these years only one event in the history of Jesus is recorded: his going up to [[Jerusalem]] when t...
    17: ...sion led to the first public miracle performed by Jesus (John 2:1-11). After this point, there is little...
  10. Adam and Eve (8913 bytes)
    20: ...rn Orthodox]] tradition says that from the time [[Jesus]] was born, the flaming sword was removed from th...
  11. Mary Magdalene (15420 bytes)
    2: ...e [[New Testament apocrypha]], as a follower of [[Jesus]]. She is also a [[Roman Catholic]] [[saint]] wit...
    6: ...ng to him, but he forbade her: "[[John 20:17|17]] Jesus said to her, 'Do not cling to Me, for I have not ...
    28: ... the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee's house, brought an a...
    33: ...om the canonic texts alone believe that the woman Jesus rescued and Mary were two separate persons. Conse...
    43: ...ry Magdalene is often replaced by Mary, mother of Jesus, a passive figure who affirms Peter's authority. ...
  12. Ellen G. White (5403 bytes)
    25: ... In these visions she would be in the presence of Jesus or angels, who would show her events (historical ...
    27: ... of the [[Millerites|Adventist]] people following Jesus, marching to the city (heaven). This vision was t...
  13. Joan of Arc (27453 bytes)
    14: ...epicting God flanked by two angels and the words "Jesus" and "Mary" on the side. With her piety, confide...
    40: ...y called out "...in a loud voice the holy name of Jesus, and implored and invoked without ceasing the aid...
  14. Carnation (3475 bytes)
    30: ... the [[Cross]]. The [[Virgin Mary]] shed tears at Jesus' plight, and carnations sprang up from where her ...
  15. Beehive (beekeeping) (7741 bytes)
    58: ...s associated with the doctrine of the [[Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints]] and represents indu...
  16. Iconography (7643 bytes)
    4: ...dox Christians]] believe the first [[icon]]s of [[Jesus|Christ]] and the [[Virgin Mary]] to have been pai...
    6: ...God]] takes material flesh in the form of [[Jesus|Jesus Christ]].
    11: ...of [[martyr]]s, or [[Divinity]] on [[icon]]s of [[Jesus|Christ]] or [[icon]]s of [[Virgin Mary|Mary]. [[B...
    12: [[Image:Mary_jesus_icon.jpg|right|200px|thumb|The Virgin Mary with C...
    19: *[[Images of Jesus]]
  17. Relic (11473 bytes)
    11: ... several others, claims to possess the relic of [[Jesus]]' [[circumcision]] - the [[Holy Prepuce]].
    57: :''Main article - [[Alleged relics of Jesus Christ]]''
  18. Thomas Jefferson (31127 bytes)
    143: ...the divinity of [[Jesus]], he had high esteem for Jesus' moral teachings, which he viewed as the "princip...
  19. Abraham Lincoln (48771 bytes)
    95: ...elf cannot stand." (This statement is spoken by [[Jesus]] in Matthew 12:25.) The speech created a lasting...
  20. United States (59108 bytes)
    435: ...mas]] || Celebration of Christmas, the birth of [[Jesus]]. In recent years, it has become a more secular ...

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