(c. 4 B.C.–A.D. 30-33) Also known as Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus ChristDerived from a Greek term meaning anointed and is equivalent to the word “messiah” from Hebrew roots. The anointing references the act of installi... more, the MessiahLiterally “the anointed one”, in Jewish tradition, messiah has referred to many individuals anointed with oil. It has also come to be used in conn... more, and Savior of the World. He is the founding figure of Christianity and accepted by Christians as the Son of God in the flesh. He taught a higher lawIs a fundamental concept of Luthernism and is contrasted by Luther with the Gospel. For Luther, the law consists of God’s commands regarding how one... more based on loveIn a theological discussion “love” refers to one’s love for God and neighbor and is often referred to as “charity” or the pure love of God. ... more, performed miracles, proclaimed his divinity, organized a movement, was crucified and rose from the dead three days later. He instructed his disciples to spread his message throughout the world.