What Does The Word Passionate Mean?


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Karl Sagan answered

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Passion basically is a strong sentimental feeling about a particular subject. According to Christianity, "The Passion" basically is a theological expression applied for suffering, together physical and mental, of Jesus prior to last hours of his execution.

The etymological origins of the expression can be found in the Christian Latin term passio, and initially came into being during the 2nd century accurately to illustrate the travails and misery of Jesus. The narratives of the Passion can be seen in the four canonical gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

The Passion starts of at Matthew 26, Mark 14, Luke 22 and John 12 with the plot against Jesus, which later unfolds in eight scenes. Additional claims relating to the Passion are made in quite a few non-canonical initial writings.

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