- Biblical New Testament Messiah
- New Testament King of the Jews
- Genealogical Lineage back to Adam
Genelogy to Adam
- See Also Jesus Christ, Royal Birthright of - Genealogy in the Gospel in Matthew
- See Also Jesus Christ, Jewish Parentage of - Genealogy in the Gospel in Luke
Have you ever wondered why the two genealogies of Jesus Christ listed in the New Testament are so different? Both of them trace is heritage to King David.
Luke's longer list appears to be true parentage of Mary. It assumes that under Judaic law, Heli, had no male heirs and therefore is son-in-law (Joseph) would inherit his "kingdom". And each descendant is described as "son of ...". The only exception here is the link from Joseph to his father-in-law, Heli.
Fhe consensus of judgment on the part of investigators is that Matthew’s account is that of the royal lineage, establishing the order of sequence among the legal successors to the throne of David, while the account given by Luke is a personal pedigree, demonstrating descent from David without adherence to the line of legal succession to the throne through primogeniture or nearness of kin.a Luke’s record is regarded by many, however, as the pedigree of Mary, while Matthew’s is accepted as that of Joseph.
Hezekiah of Judah
43rd Biblical Patriarch
| 12th King of Judah
Coregent: 729 – 716 BC
Sole reign: 716 – 697 BC
Coregent: 697 – 687 BC
- 2 Chr 28 - Biblical Record of the Reign of King Ahaz
- Gospel of Matthew Ch 1
- Gospel of Luke Ch 3
- Hezekiah - LDS Bible Dictionary
- Genealogy of Jesus - Wikipedia
- Genesis Ch 5 - Old Testament Genealogy
- Genesis 11:10-26 - Old Testament Genealogy
- 1 Chr 2:3-12 - Old Testament Genealogy