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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 (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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