The name Jesus, in Greek and Latin comes from the Hebrew names Joshua or Jehoshua, meaning the "help of Jah" or "saviour". The name Jesus means "saviour" and was a common name derived from the ancient Hebrew Jehoshua. He is believed by many to be the Son of God and the Redeemer of humankind. Jesus was born in Ephrath, the ancient name for Bethelem,and also apparently the name of the district. Though the Christian era is dated from His birth, modern chronologists insist upon a date for the momentous event at least four years earlier, that is to say, about 4 B.C., some say 6 B.C. Jesus Christ of the Black Madonna, our Lord, was born. Jesus lived most of his infant life in Africa. (Matthew 2:13-15) In Egypt (Khemet), His dark complexion and wooly hair aided His concealment amongst the dark Africans who were of His likeness. Some "scholars" advocate that Egypt (Khemet) was called the land of the Black because of its soil. This is NON-sense. Egypt is called the land of the Black because Black people founded Egypt and walked on its soil as inhabiters of the land. Jesus was not a pure Hebrew. There was no such thing as a pure Hebrew race or people. Why? Because Hebrews of the Davidic lineage took many Black sons and daughters of that Hamitic line to be their mates.