7. If Jesus is offered the post as governor of Galilee and later as a tetrarch in Caesarea Philippi, he must be a Jewish aristocrat and well educated.
8. Jesus has a Bethlehem background; there, the family could have a relationship to Herodium and to the court of Herod. A comparison with the story of David shows that he could have been educated at the court and friends with Herod Antipas, who later offered Jesus the post of governor in Galilee.