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Jesus Christ

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This article is about the son of God. For the bum, see Jesus (The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson).
Jesus of Nazareth
Jesus Christ
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Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Divine
Hair: Brown
Occupation: Previously a carpenter
Relatives: Father: God
First Appearance: "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes"
Voiced by: Hank Azaria
Nancy Cartwright


Jesus Christ is the son of God.

History[edit]

God told Homer that his son went down to Earth once, and said, "I don't know what you people did to him, but he's never been the same." God then pointed to Jesus, who was sitting on a slightly spinning swing with a look of grief on his face. He seemed traumatized and depressed.[1]

After Mrs. Glick died, she was seen dancing in Heaven with Jesus.[2]

Ned Flanders showed a picture of Jesus to Homer and his parents to tell them that Jesus is watching them.[3]

When Bart tried to sleep he heard that Ned told his kids that Jesus loves all the children of the world. Rod and Todd then asked Ned if it's true that Jesus even loves Bart Simpson, and if so, doesn't Jesus have to draw the line somewhere?[4]

Whether created by gas fume intoxication or an actual spiritual message, a vision of Jesus appears to be plotting against the Flanders Family while they inhale toxic gas fumes put out by the RVs parked at the Simpsons residence next door.[5]

Non-canon[edit]

Bart as Baby Jesus
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The Simpsons once took part in a re-telling of the Christmas story, with Bart cast as Baby Jesus.[6]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Jesus was the founder of Christianity and one of the most well-known people in the world. It is uncertain when he lived, but many historians believe that Jesus died in the year 30. Jesus is a symbol of the Christian religion and stands for values such as peace and loving one's neighbors.

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