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The Greek word Χριστιανός, transliterated into English as Christianós, is derived from the Greek word Χριστός, transliterated into English as Christós, an adjective meaning "anointed," which is often used in the Greek New Testament as a substantive meaning "anointed one." If Χριστός means "anointed" or "anointed one," what does Χριστιανός mean? The ...


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I like your question (and I am very curious about it too), but I'm not sure if there can ever be a definitive answer. There doesn't appear to be enough information to say for sure. I find it equally interesting that, not only were they named, but the subsequent verse describes their beauty, and the inordinate value that Job placed upon them (elevating them ...



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