Define Messianic Meaning

Messianic
from the word: messiah...the savior

President Bush's messianic attitude stems from his belief he was "chosen" by God to be the President of the United States.
By Cordi
Messianic
Of or relating to a Messiah

“The president’s fault is not that he has been too messianic: It is rather that he has not been messianic enough.”
"The president’s detractors ridicule as “Bush babble” the rhetoric of his Second Inaugural Address, the high-water mark of his Freevangelical policy; and, as distressing news pours forth from Iraq, they point to his claim that “eventually the call of freedom comes to every mind and every soul” as evidence that he suffers acutely from a Messiah complex. The criticism misses the mark"
— MICHAEL KNOX BERAN
By Marrissa
Messianic
Messianic Judaism is a modern syncretic religious movement that combines Christianity (most importantly, the belief that Jesus is the Jewish messiah) with elements of Judaism and Jewish tradition.

Becky: “hey Randy are you jewish or Christian”
Randy: “I’m Messianic, I believe in both the old testament and new testament.”
By Carlynne
Messian
The creature that resides on a persons back when they are stoned. Its size and behavior vary in accordance with the degree of intoxication.

"There's a messian on my back."
By Terra
Messian
The small creature on one's back when stoned. It's behaviour and size differs depending on the level of intoxication.

Person A: "Oooo, I can feel him!"
Person B: "Who!?"
Person A: "The Messian!"
By Alecia
Messianism
The idea that individualism is the monarch not capitalism or aestheticism including nativism.

Monarcho-individualism or monarchic individualism.

Messianism is the segue to monarchic indivisibilism or dualistic (dual-aspect) monadism.
By Dorri
Messianic Complex
a state of mind in which an individual holds a belief they are, or are destined to become, a savior.

By Hildegarde
Messianic Judaism
Messianic Judaism is a syncreated faith of jewish customs and practices and evangelical Christian worship and worship Yeshua (Jesus) as the Mashiach (Messiah)

Messianic judaism teaches that Jesus is the messiah
By Calida
Messianic Muslim
01) An individual who ethnically, patriotically, and/or culturally practiced and identified as a follower of Islam. Now they fully recognize that the historical Jesus of Nazareth (Yeshua HaNotzri) is the Messiah and that the New Testament is a part of TaNaKH(i.e., Torah, Nevi'im, Ketuvim, Hadashah-- literally "New" or "News"); and still believes in the Messenger Mohammed and The Quran. Also understands that Mohammed was a born-again Christian.

02) Recognizes the Godhead as described by Christian Religions and by Jesus as: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Allah being Father God in the "Godhead Construct".

Ex: Ever since Ahmed found Jesus and was born-again he had conflict identifying as a born-again Christian because his family believe in Islam. So he does declare himself as a Messianic Muslim.
By Tedda
Messianic Jew
An Ethnically-Patrilineal and/or -Matrilineal Jew who believes that the historical Jesus of Nazareth (Yeshua HaNotzri) is the Messiah and that the New Testament is a part of TaNaKH(i.e., Torah, Nevi'im, Ketuvim, Hadashah-- literally "New" or "News").

A Messianic Jew does not necessarily keep all 613 mitzvot in the Torah, may not hold the Talmud as part of the Jewish Bible, and may be a member of a church as opposed to a Messianic shul or synagogue. Also called "Jews for Jesus", Messianic Jews are often targeted for persecution by Antimissionaries such as the Antimissionary organization Jews for Judaism.
By Viola