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1 John 2:22 explains that the one who don't believe in Jesus that is the CHRIST, the translations from Hebrew to Greek is Messiah or anointing one that explain the last name Christ. The first name was given to Mary by the Angel.
Up to this day, children of Semitic parents inherit the father's or grandfather's or from an ancestor a lot of generations back surname as their family name. In Semitic languages such as Aramaic, Hebrew or Arabic your last name refer to your father's surname with the prefix beth/bar, bet or bin, respectively. The prefix means 'house' or 'house of'. So Jesus ...
Since in that day and age, your father and the place you come from, were used to describe someone... He would have been called: Yeshua ben Yosef haNotzri ~ Jesus son of Joseph of Nazareth of course in everyday speech sometimes only: Yeshua ben Yosef or Yeshua haNotzri People did not refer to him as Christ (Messiah) in their every day speech, as most did ...
Did Jesus have a last name? Since you didn't specify if you referred to his human family last name, I will answer according to what name His Heavenly Father gave Him. Phillipians 2:9 9 Therefore, God elevated him to the place of highest honor and gave him the name above all other names, 10 that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, ...
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