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There are two records in the Bible of the genealogy of Jesus Christ . One is in the Gospel of Matthew , chapter 1, the other is in the Gospel of Luke , chapter 3. Matthew's account traces the line of descent from Abraham to Jesus, while Luke's account follows the ancestry from Adam to Jesus. Quite a few differences and discrepancy exist between the two records. Most startling is that from King David to Jesus the lineages are entirely different.

Throughout the ages, scholars have pondered and argued over the reasons for the conflicting genealogies of Matthew and Luke, particularly since Jewish scribes were known for their precise and detailed record keeping.

An alternative theory with very little acceptance among theologians and historians alike, proposes that Jacob and Heli are actually one and the same.

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There are two records in the Bible of the genealogy of Jesus Christ . One is in the Gospel of Matthew , chapter 1, the other is in the Gospel of Luke , chapter 3. Matthew's account traces the line of descent from Abraham to Jesus, while Luke's account follows the ancestry from Adam to Jesus. Quite a few differences and discrepancy exist between the two records. Most startling is that from King David to Jesus the lineages are entirely different.

Throughout the ages, scholars have pondered and argued over the reasons for the conflicting genealogies of Matthew and Luke, particularly since Jewish scribes were known for their precise and detailed record keeping.

An alternative theory with very little acceptance among theologians and historians alike, proposes that Jacob and Heli are actually one and the same.

Discover your family's story in the hundreds of artices, thousands of Family Tree Maker trees, hundreds of thousands of forums and millions of posts by GenForum contributors when you search Genealogy.com.

These are all held on Saturdays from 10.00-12.00 in the Society Library. A brief out line appears below. For Full Details please click here .

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There are two records in the Bible of the genealogy of Jesus Christ . One is in the Gospel of Matthew , chapter 1, the other is in the Gospel of Luke , chapter 3. Matthew's account traces the line of descent from Abraham to Jesus, while Luke's account follows the ancestry from Adam to Jesus. Quite a few differences and discrepancy exist between the two records. Most startling is that from King David to Jesus the lineages are entirely different.

Throughout the ages, scholars have pondered and argued over the reasons for the conflicting genealogies of Matthew and Luke, particularly since Jewish scribes were known for their precise and detailed record keeping.

An alternative theory with very little acceptance among theologians and historians alike, proposes that Jacob and Heli are actually one and the same.

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