Hebrew and Greek words used in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures
Greek: Christos Iesous
In various places in the New Testament, the Greek text appears in either order, and both words always use the same case. For example, when either combination is used as the subject of the sentence, both words always are nominative, singular, masculine.
Strong's - Greek 5547 + Greek 2424
KJV - Christ Jesus and Jesus Christ
NRSV - Christ Jesus and Jesus Christ
CGED (page 86)
Strong's Greek 5547 - Christ (lit. the Anointed One, equivalent to the Hebrew Messiah)
Strong's Greek 2424 - (1) Jesus: (a) of the Lord; (b) Jesus Barabbas; (c) Jesus Justus (Col 4.11); (d) in the genealogy of Jesus (Lk 3:29); (2) Joshua (Ac 7.45; He 4.8)
S&H 313:1-8 - The term Christ Jesus, or Jesus the Christ (to give the full and proper translation of the Greek), may be rendered "Jesus the anointed," Jesus the God-crowned or the divinely royal man, as it is said of him in the first chapter of Hebrews:-- Therefore God, even thy God, hath anointed thee With the oil of gladness above thy fellows.
S&H 333:13 - The proper name of our Master in the Greek was Jesus the Christ; but Christ Jesus better signifies the Godlike.
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