Who was the first illegitimate son of Herod Antipas, John the Baptist or Jesus of Nazareth?
Herod Antipater, born before 20 BC – died after 39 AD,
known by the nickname Antipas,
was a 1st-century AD ruler of Galilee and Perea, who bore the title of tetrarch ("ruler of a quarter"). He is best known today for accounts in the New Testament of his role in events that led to the executions of John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth.
- ?Lv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Jesus had one line in a Roman report. Nothing is known of his parents or siblings.
- MaxLv 58 years ago
Im not sure what your question is really, John the Baptist had no children or wife, neither did Jesus for that matter, And of course the way the question is written it would appear that your asking if John the Baptist or Jesus was Herod's illegitimate son, which obviously would be neither of them.
Go with God.
- Anonymous4 years ago
nicely he became into very old wow! i do no longer see how that's adequate to end that he became into the father. Why is it no longer no longer ordinary to have faith that Mary became into no longer a virgin? because of the fact Yeshua would desire to no longer have been who they say he's otherwise, which on the different hand is probable because of the fact they gospels are corrupted. yet another element is that if Antipas became right into a Roman then it is not going he would have been the father because of the fact Yeshua became into, as pronounced, a brassed-skinned (East-Asian). it is that if Yeshua quite is the "Jesus Christ" in revelation.
- Dave DLv 78 years ago
I take it you put your brain on "pause" while you were writing this question. I would absolutely hate to think that you actually believe your question is historically or logically correct.
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- Anonymous8 years ago
Scrambled ideas from between ignorant ears.