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The Ichthys (Fish) This is another common symbol of Christianity. Many Christains display this on the back bumper of their vehicles. The ichthys is actually the ancient Greek word for "fish." The ichthys commonly contains the Greek letters, ΙΧΘΥΣ , which mean, "Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior." The fish is a symbol of Christianity for several reasons. Many of the Apostles were fisherman, Jesus performed many miracles involving fish, and the most popular reason, in Matthew 4:19, Jesus says…

❤❤❤ If God can turn night into day, He can turn a burden into a blessing. Amen...Little Church Mouse. 15 September 2016 ❤❤❤

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Atheism, Religion, God is Imaginary, Symbol, Ichthys. Brainwashed.

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this is cool...I never really knew what each one stood for =)

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probably w/o the fish "During the reign of Emperor Nero in Rome a persecution had broken out against the Christians living in that city. It caused them to flee to the catacombs to meet in secret and to use code words for things of a Christian nature. This was a secret symbol Christian's used to identify each other then. The letters "I", "X", "O", "Y", and "E" are actually an abbreviation in Greek letters standing for Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior. "

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Original sin? BS! Original plagiarism! The symbol was filched by early christians!

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Jesus Fish / Ichthys _ Invented as a secret code for believers, this symbol was a means of survival for early Christians under fierce persecution in Roman times.#animallogo

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PEZ: Símbolo ichtus o ichthys, creado por la combinación de las letras griegas ΙΧΘΥΣ , Éfeso, en Asia Menor. El vocablo significa pez, y constituye un acrónimo: Ἰησοῦς Χριστός, Θεοῦ Υἱός, Σωτήρ (Iēsoûs Christós, Theoû Hyiós, Sōtḗr), que se traduce como Jesús Cristo, Hijo de Dios, Salvador. El ichtus o ichthys fue uno de los primeros símbolos cristianos y se convirtió en emblema del cristianismo primitivo

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