Jesus H. Christ (character)

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Savior, prophet, teacher, miracle-worker, decent carpenter, and all around nice guy. Christians believe he died for our sins, but some of them aren't even sure of that. And a surprising number of people fail to realize he was born and raised Jewish.

For the record, "Jesus" is a Latin rendering of "Ιησους" (Iēsoûs), a Greek rendering of his original Aramaic name, ישׁוע (Yēšûa) (which is roughly equivalent to the English Joshua), and "Christ" is a Latin rendering of the Greek Χριστός (Christos), a translation of the Hebrew word "messiah", meaning "anointed one". The "H" might stand for the Greek definite article "Ha," though it might also stand for "Harold" (as in, "our father who art in heaven, Harold be thy name") or "haploid" (because Jesus only had half a set of chromosomes, since he only had one biological parent).

Glad we cleared a few things up.

In Animutations

Jesus is usually depicted as an action figure. His most important roles were in Jesus H. Christ, where he appears in the final verse, and most famously in Andrew Kepple's Colin Mochrie vs. Jesus H. Christ trilogy. After defeating Scotsman Colin Mochrie in a Kortal Mombat style fight, he took over Animutopia and declared Animupartheid, the genocide of any character who only appeared in fanimutations. In the finale, he was revealed to actually be the Random Pokerap Guy and being dropped into the depths of hell. Ironic, that.

Other Names

  • Rabbi Yeshua ben-Yosef
  • Junior
  • The Salvationator
  • God-Jesus
  • The Son of God
  • The Son of Man
  • The Sun God
  • Mansun
  • Isa
  • King of the Jews

Filmography