The response of Peter can be found in all four gospels, Matthew, chapter 16:16, Luke, chapter 9:20, and John, 6:69, but all slightly different. The name of Peter is sometimes just Peter. Are the Greek “Christ” and the Hebrew “Messiah” the same? Matthew is the only one who had Peter say that Jesus was the son of the living God. Matthew is also the only one that mentioned the special relationship that Peter had with his Father in heaven. Peter gave a strong positive response in all four versions. Mark said that Peter replied (ἀποκριθεὶς ὁ Πέτρος) to the question of Jesus immediately. He said that Jesus was the Christ (λέγει αὐτῷ Σὺ εἶ ὁ Χριστὸς) or the Messiah that they were expecting in Israel. Matthew had Jesus respond to Peter, but that was not in Mark. Peter, as the leader of this new group of Jesus followers, asserted this important belief about Jesus. For the first time, Jesus is called the Christ, the Messiah. Here Peter, in the name of the nascent Christian community, proclaimed that Jesus was the Messiah, the Christ.