Christ is the central figure of the Christian Church and also of its evangelical branch: the Son of God, whom the Virgin Mary gave birth to, according to the New Testament, and in whom Christendom sees the Redeemer of mankind and of the whole world. Christ, who lived on earth for thirty-three years teaching people and working various miracles, was then betrayed and nailed to the cross, and found eternal life at the side of his Heavenly Father. In order to demonstrate that the kingdom of heaven, honour and glory eternally belong to people who believe in Christ, he showed himself after his resurrection and is in communion with all believers.
The attribute of the resurrected and immortal Christ is a victory flag with a cross. The skull under his feet indicates that he has defeated death, and the serpent indicates that he has defeated sin.