Character Study on Salathiel

Character Study on Salathiel

1 Chronicles 3: And the sons of Jeconiah; Assir, Salathiel his son,
Matthew 1: And after they were brought to Babylon, Jechonias begat Salathiel; and Salathiel begat Zorobabel;
Luke 3: Which was the son of Joanna, which was the son of Rhesa, which was the son of Zorobabel, which was the son of Salathiel, which was the son of Neri,

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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Salathiel
SALATHIEL . 1 . ( Esther 5:5 Esther 5:5 ; 1Es 5:48 ; 1Es 5:56 ; 1E Esther 6:2 ) = Shealtiel (wh. see). 2 . Another name of Esdras ( 2E Esther 3:1 ).

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Salathiel
Whom I asked of God, the son of Jeconiah (Matthew 1:12 ; 1 Chronicles 3:17 ); also called the son of Neri (Luke 3:27 ). The probable explanation of the apparent discrepancy is that he was the son of Neri, the descendant of Nathan, and thus heir to the throne of David on the death of Jeconiah (Compare Jeremiah 22:30 ).
Holman Bible Dictionary - Salathiel
(ssuh lay' thih ehl) Variant spelling of Shealtiel.



The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary - Salathiel
There are several of this name in Scripture: one among the sons of Jeconiah, (1 Chronicles 3:17) and another mentioned Ezra 3:2—but here it is spelt according to the Hebrew, Shealtiel, but both is the same name, and derived from the same root, Sheal, a loan. So that it should seem the father of the first Salathiel called his son by this name, as Hannah did her Samuel, because it was a loan or gift asked of God. (See 1 Samuel 1:20) —in the margin also of the Bible. We meet with another Salathiel (Matthew 1:12) and another, (Luke 3:27) though some have thought that this was one and the same person, the branches here uniting in this genealogy of Christ.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Salathiel
Greek Shealtiel , Hebrew "I have asked God" (compare 1 Samuel 1:20; 1 Samuel 1:27-28). Son of Jeconias king of Judah, father of Zerobabel according to Matthew 1:12; but son of Neri, and father of Zerobabel according to Luke 3:27; see also 1 Chronicles 3:17-19. No genealogy would assign to a king's true son and heir an inferior parentage, whereas a private person's son would naturally be ranked in the king's pedigree on his becoming rightful heir of the throne, therefore Luke's genealogy must be that of the natural descent, and Salathiel was "son of Neri," descended from Nathan son of David. On Jeconiah's dying childless, as Jeremiah foretold, and Solomon's line thereby failing, Salathiel was heir to David's throne (See SHEALTIEL.)

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Salathiel, Shealtiel
Son or grandson of Jehoiachin or Jeconiah, king of Judah. 1 Chronicles 3:17 ; Ezra 3:2,8 ; Ezra 5:2 ; Nehemiah 12:1 ; Haggai 1:1,12,14 ; Haggai 2:2,23 ; Matthew 1:12 .

In Luke 3:27 , Salathiel is called the son of Neri, and this is supposed to be the true descent, and that Salathiel was the heir of Jehoiachin. The royal line would thus revert from the descendants of Solomon (Jeremiah 22:30 ), to those of David through Nathan.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Salathiel
Asked or lent of God
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Salathiel
1 Corinthians 3:17 , or SHEALTIEL, father of Zerubbabel, Ezra 3:2 Nehemiah 12:1 Haggai 1:1 ; one of the ancestors of Christ, named in both the gospel genealogies, Matthew 1:14 Luke 3:27 . See GENEALOGY .

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Shealtiel - See Salathiel
Shealthiel - See Salathiel
Shealtiel - Same as Salathiel
Neri - Contracted from Neriah, "Jehovah is my lamp"; son of Melchi, and father of Salathiel (Luke 3:27). Of Nathan's line; but when Jeconiah's issue failed Salathiel succeeded as heir of Solomon's throne, and is therefore reckoned in the genealogy as Jeconiah's son, as inheriting his status and prerogatives (1 Chronicles 3:17; Matthew 1:12)
Shena'Zar - (splendid leader ), son of Salathiel or Shealtiel
Shealtiel - —A link in our Lord’s genealogy (Matthew 1:12, Luke 3:27, Authorized Version both times Salathiel)
ad'di - ( Luke 3:28 ) Son of Cosam, and father of Melchi in our Lord's genealogy; the third above Salathiel
ne'ri, - short form for NERIAH (Jehovah is my lamp ) son of Melchi and father of Salathiel, in the genealogy of Christ
Shenazar - Son of Shealtiel or Salathiel (1 Chronicles 3:18, Kimchi); rather, brother of Shealtiel, as the "also" with Malchiram proves (Keil)
Salathiel, Shealtiel - ... In Luke 3:27 , Salathiel is called the son of Neri, and this is supposed to be the true descent, and that Salathiel was the heir of Jehoiachin
Sala'Thi-el - ( 1 Chronicles 3:17 ) The Authorized Version has Salathiel in (1 Chronicles 3:17 ) but everywhere else in the Old Testament Shealtiel
Salathiel - Salathiel
Zerubbabel - or ZEROBABEL, was son of Salathiel, of the royal race of David. Matthew 1:12 , and 1 Chronicles 3:17 ; 1 Chronicles 3:19 , make Jeconiah king of Judah to be father to Salathiel; but they do not agree as to the father of Zerubbabel. Luke, Ezra, and Haggai, constantly make Salathiel his father. We must therefore take the name of son in the sense of grandson, and say that Salathiel having educated Zerubbabel, he was always afterward looked upon as his father
Salathiel - So that it should seem the father of the first Salathiel called his son by this name, as Hannah did her Samuel, because it was a loan or gift asked of God. We meet with another Salathiel (Matthew 1:12) and another, (Luke 3:27) though some have thought that this was one and the same person, the branches here uniting in this genealogy of Christ
Salathiel - No genealogy would assign to a king's true son and heir an inferior parentage, whereas a private person's son would naturally be ranked in the king's pedigree on his becoming rightful heir of the throne, therefore Luke's genealogy must be that of the natural descent, and Salathiel was "son of Neri," descended from Nathan son of David. On Jeconiah's dying childless, as Jeremiah foretold, and Solomon's line thereby failing, Salathiel was heir to David's throne (See SHEALTIEL
Zerubbabel - , was the leader of the first colony of Jews that returned from the captivity in Babylon, Ezra 2:2, and was of the family of David, a son of Salathiel or Shealtiel, Haggai 1:1; Matthew 1:12, but called a son of Pedaiah, the brother or son of Salathiel, in 1 Chronicles 3:17-19
Zerubbabel - The seed of Babylon, the son of Salathiel or Shealtiel (Haggai 1:1 ; Zorobabel, Matthew 1:12 ); called also the son of Pedaiah (1 Chronicles 3:17-19 ), i. , according to a frequent usage of the word "son;" the grandson or the nephew of Salathiel
Pedaiah - Brother of Salathiel or Shealtiel; father of Zerubbabel who is called "son of Shealtiel" as being heir and successor of Shealtiel his uncle, issue failing in the direct line (1 Chronicles 3:17-19; Haggai 1:1; Matthew 1:12)
Jecamiah - One of seven, apparently sons of Neri, of Nathan's line (as was Salathiel, Luke 3:27), introduced into the royal line when Jehoiachin had no child who succeeded to the throne (1 Chronicles 3:17-18)
Nedabiah - Brother of Salathiel or Shealtiel; son, i
Hoshama - Either there is confusion of the genealogies in 1 Chronicles 3, or, as Matthew 1:12 says "Jeconias begat Salathiel," by "childless" Jeremiah means he should have no lineal heir to the throne, as Jeremiah adds, "no man of his seed shall prosper
Shealtiel - SHEALTIEL (Salathiel of Esther 5:5 Esther 5:5 ; 1Es 5:48 ; 1Es 5:56 ; Esther 6:2 Esther 6:2 , AV [Note: Authorized Version
Jehoiachin - But this was so far from being the case, that in the generations of the Lord Jesus Christ after the flesh, we find his son Salathiel enumerated. And if this be the meaning, it was literally fulfilled; for Salathiel was born in Babylon, and so was his son Zorobabel
Shealtiel - Ezra 3:2; Ezra 3:8; Nehemiah 12:1; Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 1:14; Haggai 2:2; Haggai 2:23; 1 Chronicles 3:17 Salathiel
Zerubbabel or Zorobabel - Son of Salathiel of the royal race of David, called "Sheshbbazzar the prince of Judah" in Ezra 1:8
Jehoiachin - The time of his death is uncertain; and the words of the Prophet Jeremiah, Jeremiah 22:30 , are not to be taken in the strictest sense; since he was the father of Salathiel and others, 1 Chronicles 3:17-18 ; Matthew 1:12
Genealogy of the Lord Jesus - " Both lists are the same from Abraham to David; then they differ until they reach Salathiel and Zorobabel, which names are in both lists; and then they again differ. The list in Matthew is clearly the royal line; between David and Salathiel twelve kings are given, all of whom are omitted from Luke
Christ, Genealogy of - , those between Abraham and David, then Salathiel and Zorobabel after the captivity, and Joseph the foster-father of Christ; the others are absent from Matthew's list, or the persons are different
Genealogy of Christ - , those between Abraham and David, then Salathiel and Zorobabel after the captivity, and Joseph the foster-father of Christ; the others are absent from Matthew's list, or the persons are different
Genealogy - The two lines descend from Solomon and Nathan, David's sons; they unite in Salathiel, and again in Christ
Zerubbabel - Probably son of Pedaiah, and nephew and heir of Salathiel, or Shealtiel, though called his son
Jehoiachin - This Zedekiah is mentioned separately from the other sons of Jehoiachin, Assir and Salathiel, because probably he was not led to Babylon as the other sons, but died in Judea (Keil). In Luke 3:27 Shealtiel (Salathiel) is son of Neri of the lineage of David's son Nathan, not Solomon. ... So "Jechonias (it is said Matthew 1:12) begat Salathiel," i
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - after Jehoiachin, the same names occur in both lists, Salathiel and Zerubbabel taken (in Matthew) from the line of Nathan (Luke) to supply the failure of Jehoiachin's issue
Zerubbabel - Son of Shealtiel (Salathiel) (Ezra 3:2; Ezra 3:8; Ezra 5:2; Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:12; Matthew 1:12; Luke 3:27); but in 1 Chronicles 3:19 "son of Pedaiah," Shealtiel's brother
Esdras, the Second Book of - At the outset the seer announces himself as Salathiel, with the parenthetical explanation that he is also Esdras. The last-mentioned finds five independent works in our Apocalypse; (1) a Salathiel Apocalypse (S = chs
Resurrection - In the Salathiel-Apocalypse, the most important of the later constituents of the book, the souls of both the righteous and the wicked await the Final Judgment in a kind of intermediate state of blessing and misery respectively. Box would assign this verse to the redactor, who, according to him, is seeking to supplement the resurrection-doctrine of the author of the Salathiel-Apocalypse. Hence the resurrection-doctrine of the Salathiel-Apocalypse lies midway between the Alexandrian doctrine of a spiritual resurrection immediately after death, and the Palestinian doctrine of an intermediate disembodied state and a resurrection of the body for the Final Judgment
Baruch, Apocalypse of - -It is obvious that the Apocalypse of Baruch and that of Salathiel, commonly known as 4 Ezra, have a great deal in common, both in ideas and in language