Most Christians know that the word 'Christian' means 'Christ-like' and that the name was first given to the disciples of Lord Jesus at Antioch.  But what did being 'Christ-like' mean to the residents of Antioch? Was it just another name to describe some unnamed religious zealots or was the name deserved because of the believers' lifestyle? According to Lord Jesus, how were people supposed to identify a 'Christian' (disciple)?