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How do you fix your iPhone 5c when you can hear the sound but can not see the screen?

First thing to do when there is a problem is to perform a Hard  Reset. Do this by holding the Power button and the Home button at  the same time until the Apple logo shows. (MORE)

Why say Christ Jesus instead of Jesus Christ?

Galatians 2:16 is a verse where both terms are used in the NIV. The NASB has Christ Jesus both times. Either way you write it, it means the same thing. Christ means anointed (MORE)

What does Christ stand for in Jesus Christ?

Christ means the "Anointed One", similar to Messiah. It is a title, not a last name (Jesus most likely would have been known as Jesus, son of Joseph). It is used uniquely in t (MORE)

Who was Jesus Christ?

Jesus Christ was and is the Son of God, sent to world and born of the Virgin Mary to live a perfect life and to die for all mankind, there by freeing those that put their trus (MORE)

What is the difference between Jesus Christ and Christ Jesus?

When "Jesus Christ" is written in the Bible, the writer is emphasizing the humanity of Jesus; when it says "Christ Jesus", it is emphasizing the deity of Christ.
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Why was Jesus Christ named Jesus Christ?

Jesus was his name given to him by his parents (and God) and Christ comes from the Greek word "XPIΣTOΣ" or "CHRISTOS", meaning "the anointed one".
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Is it Christ Jesus or Jesus Christ?

The word 'Christ' (from the Greek: 'christos'/Hebrew: 'messiah') is a title and means 'anointed one' (one set aside for a particular purpose), so one could say: 'the anointed (MORE)

Where is Jesus Christ from?

Jesus the Christ came from the Father in heaven. Many but not all  Christians believe in the Trinity. That is One God in three  Persons. God the Father, God the Son, and God (MORE)

What does the c in iPhone 5c mean?

Some people say that the 'c' stands for cheap, because the iPhone 5  is made out of plastic (polycarbonate frame reinforced with steel).  There is no answer to what the 'c' (MORE)