What is the name of the daughter of Jesus Christ?
The New Testament does not record any mention of Jesus being married or having children. Had he married, it is reasonable to believe that the Gospel writers would have mentioned her existence, at least at the foot of the cross where a wife would be present. Therefore, it is safe to state that Jesus was not married and thus had no children.
Dan Brown's book alludes to Jesus marrying and having offspring, but Brown himself has stated that the book is fiction.
That is a wonderful question, but the Bible does not use much punctuation, so in reality, speaking of the grammar, it is suppose to be written Jesus, Christ. not Jesus Christ. As many references in the KJV of the Bible, is Christ Jesus, written correctly Christ, Jesus, or Jesus, Christ. It is referring to Christ.
'Christ' comes from the Greek word for 'anointed', and the Hebrew word is 'messiah' (approximately). The ancient Jews anointedtheir kings and high priests, and the first-century Jews hoped for a new messiah to liberate their nation. The early Christians saw Jesus as this longed-for messiah. So, 'Christ' is a title, not a name - in English, Jesus Christ means 'Jesus the anointed one'.
Are you asking about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or the Church of Jesus Christ? The Church of Jesus Christ is another name for Christianity, and was obviously founded by Jesus Christ. There may of course be individual Christian churches with the name "The Church of Jesus Christ", which were probably started by the pastors or parishoners. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is a Christian denomination, it is founded…