Question about Melchizedek I am uncertain who this is. My teaching says possibly Jesus pre-incarnate. Scripture (NIV) Hebrews 7:3 show 2 distinct beings. Hebrews 7:6 refers to him as a "man". Difficult to understand given there are only 3 persons of the trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Yet Melchizedek is eternal. having neither beginning of days or end of life. There is another who hasn't had an end of life, Elijah. He was taken up to heaven so that he didn't see death. But he had a beginning. Hebrews 7:16 says he is indestructible. He isn't a spirit so the Holy Spirit he isn't. He is refered to as...well, first of all, "He" and a "life" and "living" as well as a "man"...but only in some translations...so I don't believe Melchizedek is an office. Hmmmm.....Who do you all think he is? You have a 1 in 3 chance to get it right. I say Jesus...or more accurately, the Son of God.