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The image of Jesus nailed to a wooden cross from the palms of his hands along having a crown of thorns wrapped around his mind is one which has transcended all time obstacles. It has inclusive been duplicated into figure type that's utilized in various ways but whose chief purpose is to serve as a continuous reminder of their bodily suffering endured by Jesus. In The Dream of the Rood but the perception of Jesus Christ rather than only the son of God and savior of humankind but also as an individual having the capacity to sense pain, is subverted when through the point of view of a personified cross he's hauled as a warrior in the middle of combat. Even the portrayal of Jesus in this manner instantly evokes the image of the ideal stereotypical hero who is strong, courageous, and unrelenting in appearance. Nonetheless, it can be said that this type of hero is much more likely towards fantasy than it is based on fact because those idealized epic figures have only ever actually existed in a literary universe. The depiction of Jesus as a warrior consequently, undermines kinds of heroism that stem from explicit suffering which is not concealed but instead expressed by the individual. From the text, Jesus was created to become a warrior in a literal style to be able to enhance his act of heroism. Even though it can be claimed that Jesus was actually a warrior, this argument is only true if speaking in figurative terms since being a warrior and battling in conflicts wasn't his livelihood. Jesus is first recognized as a warrior during a particular moment if the cross observes as, вЂњ the young Hero stripped himselfвЂ"God AlmightyвЂ"strong and stouthearted. He climbed on the large gallows bold from the sight of many when he'd spare mankindвЂќ (28). By referring to Jesus as a вЂњh...