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Vincent Vega represents Jesus. It's so obvious, once you look at it this way, everything lines up, but amazingly I haven't found anything making this connection in the movie's 20 years of existence.

Vincent Vega represents Hesus in his death and resurrection in the film. We know that literally speaking, Vincent dies in the middle of the movie at Butch's house, and doesn't come back to life. However, in the non linear context of the film, Vincent dies and then is alive again.

Dialogue supports this theory. One of the most obvious examples is while he and Jules are cleaning out the boy's blood...
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