A name that Catholicism almost succeeded in removing from the Christian vocabulary by replacing it with Latin-based bastardizations that honor Zeus instead of God's son. This corruption was inherited nearly universally by the rest ofChristianity.
Hispanic Catholics preserve the divine name of Zeus most accurately, and call out, Hey Zeus when praying. Unsatisfied with that sacrilege, they insist upon naming little boys Hey Zeus as well.
English-speaking Christians are a little less callous about calling Yeshua by Zeus' name by pronouncing it "Zuss", with the prefix "Je". "Je" is a French word, so this along with most of the other silliness in the English language was probably their idea.
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