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Dictionaries :: Salathiel

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Salathiel:

whom I asked of God, the son of Jeconiah (Mat 1:12; 1Ch 3:17); also called the son of Neri (Luk 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 (Jer 22:30).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Salathiel:

asked or lent of God

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Salathiel:

sa-la'-thi-el:

(1) (Salathiel): the King James Version; Greek form of "Shealtiel" (thus the Revised Version (British and American)). The father of Zerubbabel (1 Esdras 5:5,48,56; 6:2; Mt 1:12; Lu 3:27).

(2) Revised Version: Another name of Esdras (2 Esdras 3:1, "Salathiel").



Smith's Bible Dictionary

Salathiel:

(I have asked of God). (1 Chronicles 3:17). The Authorized Version has Salathiel in 1 Chronicles 3:17 but everywhere else in the Old Testament Shealtiel.

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