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Christian Fish Symbol

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Christian Fish Symbol Fish early symbol of Christian faith to be held today, posters and commercial vehicles, a sign of the Christian faith. It is believed that the fish chose the early Christians for several reasons: * Greek word fish (ichtùs) works well as a poem, "Jesus Christ the Son of God, Savior" * The fish is not clear that the Christian symbol of the oppressed * Associated with the ministry of Jesus fish: if it is decided that the number of fishermen, students, and stated that he would make fishers of men. " It should be noted that during the persecution of the early Church, a Christian, no one wants a new beginning of an arc and one of the sand. If the other person was Christian, and that it was a whole fish and the second arc. If someone other than Christianity, and the uncertainties were not published in the first half of the symbol of Christianity. The second is the symbol of the fish over the Ichthus fish, and fish and the written word in the Greek poem to emphasize the symbolic as described above. Although the word appears IXOYE, and letters from the Greek alphabet, so "I" is in fact negligible with the "x" is something, and "O" theta "Yes," Yes, "E" or "C" at the end of the Sigma. Taking in the first vote of each of these Greek letter names, and the transfer of the letters of the alphabet we have, we Ichthus. Today, as Christians (in the West) do not need to worry about the persecution of the Christian fish symbol and is often called the "Jesus or in writing with the symbol of the cross, and of course there are many differences and Jibes popular Christian symbols, such as the famous" Darwin fish "(forward). Fish is also a symbol of baptism, because the fish in the water in the house.

Related Bible Verse

As Jesus walked beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. "Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." At once they left their nets and followed him. (Mark 1:16-18)