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'''Jesus of Nazareth''' ([[B.C. era|7&ndash;4 B.C.]] — [[First millennium A.D.|30&ndash;36 A.D.]]) is the central figure of [[Christianity]] and is also regarded as a prophet of [[God]] in Judaism and in Islam.<ref name="wikipedia">[[Wikipedia:Jesus|Jesus]] at [[Wikipedia:Main Page|Wikipedia]]</ref> He is also known as '''Jesus Christ'''. The holiday of [[Christmas]] is often celebrated in his honour.
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'''Jesus of Nazareth''' ([[B.C. era|7&ndash;4 B.C.]] — [[First millennium A.D.|30&ndash;36 A.D.]]) is the central figure of [[Christianity]], also regarded as a prophet of [[God]] in Islam<ref name="wikipedia">[[Wikipedia:Jesus|Jesus]] at [[Wikipedia:Main Page|Wikipedia]]</ref> and a manifestation of God in the Bahá'í Faith. He is also known as '''Jesus Christ'''. The holiday of [[Christmas]] is often celebrated in his honour.
   
 
There was a stained glass window at the [[Parish Church of St. Clementine]] at [[Godric's Hollow]] depicting Christ and the authors of the four books of the Gospel — [[Matthew]], [[Mark]], [[Luke]] and [[John]].<ref>''[[Harry Potter Film Wizardry]]'' - see [[:File:JesusDeathlyHallows.jpg|this image]]</ref>
 
There was a stained glass window at the [[Parish Church of St. Clementine]] at [[Godric's Hollow]] depicting Christ and the authors of the four books of the Gospel — [[Matthew]], [[Mark]], [[Luke]] and [[John]].<ref>''[[Harry Potter Film Wizardry]]'' - see [[:File:JesusDeathlyHallows.jpg|this image]]</ref>

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Jesus of Nazareth
Biographical information
Born

7–4 B.C.

Died

30–36 A.D.

Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Family information
Family members
Affiliation
Occupation

Carpenter

Jesus of Nazareth (7–4 B.C.30–36 A.D.) is the central figure of Christianity, also regarded as a prophet of God in Islam[1] and a manifestation of God in the Bahá'í Faith. He is also known as Jesus Christ. The holiday of Christmas is often celebrated in his honour.

There was a stained glass window at the Parish Church of St. Clementine at Godric's Hollow depicting Christ and the authors of the four books of the Gospel — Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.[2]

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