What gospel presents the genealogy of Jesus from Adam to Jesus?


The Gospel of Luke presents the genealogy of Jesus back through Joseph, then Zorobabel and King David and all the way to the first biblical man, Adam. Because of an interest in numerology, Luke adds two fictitious ancestors to the account: Admin and Kainan. He also gives the paternal grandfather of Zorobabel as Neri, rather than Jehoahaz, in order to have the ancestry of Jesus remain in a line of commoners al the way back to David.