Aaron. Aaron was the brother of Moses. If you like the biblical boy name of Aaron, you can find out more about him in the books of Exodus and Numbers.
Abel. The second son of Adam. I am not so sure it’s a wise decision to call your baby boy after someone who was famously murdered by his brother. But if you really like the sound of Abel, you can find more about Abel in the books of Genesis and Hebrews.
Abishai. The nephew of David. A cool nickname would be to shorten it to Shai.
Abraham. One of the most popular biblical baby boy names. You can read more about Abraham in the book of Genesis.
Angel. Heavenly beings. This could be a cool baby boy name if you believe in the idea of children living up to their name.
Barnabas. Barnabas was known as the encourager. He was originally called Joseph. Not only is this a unique baby boy name, but might motivate your son to become an encourager himself.
Caleb. Caleb was sent by Moses into the promised land as a spy.
Colosse. Colosse is not a person, but a city. It relates to Paul’s letter Colossians. Colossian would be alternatively cool biblical baby boy name as well.
Christian. Christian would make a pretty biblical name for a baby boy.
David. The greatest king of Israel. For more about David, see the books of Samuel, Matthew, and Psalms.
Elijah. Prophet who confronted Baal priests. See the book of Kings for more about Elijah.
Esau. Esau was the son of Isaac and Rebekah. For more on Esau, see the book of Genesis. Esau would be a cool sibling biblical name along with the baby name Jacob. Esau and Jacob were biblical brothers.
Gabriel. The angel messenger of God.
Hezekiah. Hezekiah was a king of Judah. For more on Hezekiah, see the book of Kings.
Intercession. A prayer for another. If you like strange baby names, intercession would be a unique biblical based choice.
Joab. Joab was related to David.
Jonathan. If you hope your son values friendship, Jonathan would be a good choice to live up to. Jonathan was known for being a loyal friend to David. For more on Jonathan, see the book of Samuel.
Josiah. The biblical baby boy name Josiah is unique without being too strange. Josiah was the king of Judah.
Luke. He wrote the third Gospel.
Melchizedek. If you are hoping for a really unusual biblical baby name, Melchizedek is one of the more unique ones found in the bible. For more on Melchizedek, see the book of Genesis, Psalms, or Hebrews.
Savior. Maybe you don’t want to go as far as actually calling your son Jesus, but would like to have a name similar to that in what it stands for. If so, savior could make for an interesting biblical baby boy name.
Xerxes. If Melchizedek was not cool or unique enough of a biblical baby boy name, then Xerxes might do the trick. Xerxes was a king and husband to Esther. Be warned though, Xerxes is often portrayed as being crazy and impulsive.