The Etymology of Jesus Christ

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The following short video has some interesting information about the etymology of Jesus Christ. If you are interested in etymology and word magic, this video should be of great interest to you. An interesting fact you should know about the name Jesus is that it has a strong connection to the French term je suis, which means “I am”. The term i am is defined by YourDictionary.com using these exact words: “God, seen as self-sufficient and self-existent”.

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