The focus issue this is a reference to the historical Jesus who was called Christ or the 'anointed one(gk.) i.e. the messiah. Since I know Greek it is saying the name of Christ to evoke magic; but this in not the point it shows he was an historical personage which some deny even though most scholar's believe Jesus did exist.
RE: "You sure you sober homeboy?" - yes, that's the problem! But not for long, today is V-Day (ask Strega) --
I wonder if this is THE Dr Howard Davis ...
It might account for the strange "announcement" of a story that was broken five years ago (2008).
As for the rest ,I'm with SteveInco ,Strega & Archaeopteryx ... "Christ" is a title not a name .
Strange him not knowing that.
Good find, Watchman, but no way I can sit through two hours of that crap, two hours I will never get back. The sermon was given at the Urim and Thummim Church, a Morman church in California, if that tells you anything (Urim and Thummim were the names of the magical spectacles Joseph Smith used - from behind a curtain - to translate the Book of Mormon, from its original language, engraved on gold leaf pages, before it and they vanished back into the ether - no one but Smith ever saw the book or the spectacles).