What was Jesus' nationality?
The bible is clear that Jesus was a Jew in the lineage of King David on his earthly adopted father Joseph side.
Answer In the time of Jesus people were defined more by religious affiliation than by nationality in the modern sense. After all, the Romans controlled all of Palestine and people could move throughout the territory without concern about borders. Matthew indicates that she lived in Judea before the birth of Jesus, while Luke says that she came from Galilee. The New Testament makes it clear that she was a Jew.
According to the Bible, when Jesus was born on earth, as a fleshly man, he was born into the tribe of Judah, in the line of David, so was Jewish by 'nationality'(Matthew 1:1,2,6,16)(Galatians 4:4),but the scriptures indicate that Jesus had a pre-human existence in Heaven before coming to earth(John 17:5 +John 8:58), so, because his "roots" were heavenly(John 6:38)(John 8:23), he had no earthly 'nationality' after he returned to heaven (Galatians 3:28)(Matt. 28:18-20)(Daniel 7:14).
Jewish. Answer Hebrew Answer: "Jewish" isn't a nationality at all and never has been, so that is obviously not the right answer. "Hebrew" isn't a nationality, either, it's a language, so that is not the right answer, either. The Bible says he was born in the town of Bethlehem, which was in Judaea. However, that was not where he lived (Joseph and Mary had gone to Bethlehem only because of the Roman tax census). Jesus…