Definition of WWJD in English:

WWJD

US
  • What would Jesus do? (used among some Christians as a motto to encourage behaviour that is consistent with Jesus's teachings)

    ‘in this situation you must ask yourself WWJD?’
    ‘WWJD bracelets were ubiquitous in the '90s’
    • ‘If at least 25 percent of the people who profess to be "born again" do not believe in absolute truth, how can they correctly apply this wonderful "WWJD?"’
    • ‘It seems that a lot of Christians are wearing WWJD jewelry, while being the same people who attack the Catholic tendency toward icons and talismans.’
    • ‘I have no idea, but it might help to think WWJD?’
    • ‘The ethics, the WWJD of all this, is covered in John 1:11.’
    • ‘I admit my decision was not the one I should have made if I was going to take the WWJD idea seriously.’