There's only one "Messiah," according to a judge in Tennessee, and it isn't Jaleesa Martina's baby boy.
His birth certificate reads "Messiah DeShawn Martin," but Martina and the baby's father couldn't agree on a last name, which is how they ended up at a child support hearing in Cocke County.
However, the 7-month-old boy got much more than a new last name.
Child support judge Lu Ann Ballew ordered the parents to change the baby's name entirely to "Martin McCullough."
It's a play on both of their last names, but leaves out their first name choice of "Messiah."
"The word 'Messiah' is a title and it's a title that has only been earned by one person and that one person is Jesus Christ," Ballew told Knoxville TV station WBIR.
She claims the name is what's best for a baby growing up in a Christian-dominated society.
But Martina says she should be able to name her baby what she wants. She is appealing the judge's order.