Is Jesus the son of King Herod

Keyword: Herod Antipas

Son of Herod the Great and ruler of Galilee and Perea from 4 BC. Chr. – 39 AD. Herod Antipas is mentioned several times in the Gospels, since he ruled as sovereign in Galilee at the time of Jesus. He was popularly referred to as "King". He was the ruler who had John the Baptist captured and eventually executed. The latter had accused him of the fact that his marriage to the wife of his half-brother was against the law (Mark 6: 17-29). Fearing that Jesus would be the Messiah and that he could endanger him as King, he intended to kill him too (Luke 13:31). A small group of Jews supported Herod Antipas. They were friends with the Romans and are referred to in the Bible as followers of Herod (e.g. Mark 3: 6).

Greek »euangelion«; often rendered as "Gospel". Literally translated, the term means: "Good news", "Good news".
Through his work he prepared people for the coming of Jesus.
The Old Testament precepts, especially the five books of Moses.
Greek name form of the Hebrew name Yeshua.
Originally designates the king of Israel appointed by anointing on behalf of God, then the savior promised by God for mankind.
Members of the community of faith in which the biblical people of Israel continue.