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Yes, Isaiah refers to his wife as a prophetess*.

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There are at least 5 other prophetesses mentioned by name in The Bible*:

  1. Miriam
  2. Deborah
  3. Hudlah
  4. Noadiah
  5. Anna

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What section of the Bible that involves prophets?

There are other prophets in the Bible, but the books from Isaiah to Malachi are prophets.


How many prophets are there in the Bible?

52AnswerIn other sources, there are 42 prophets.


Which prophet the hebrew bible does not include?

The Tanach (Jewish Bible) includes the Jewish prophets, it does not include the prophets of other religions.


Are all names that mentioned in the Bible are for prophets?

Not sure especially that the explicit mentioned names are different from one Bible to another.More information:No. Many other names are mentioned in the Bible in addition to the names of prophets.One more informationIn Quran, Muslims holy book, 25 prophets are mentioned by name although said in Quran that many other prophets are there but not mentioned by name in Quran. refer to related question below for the names of those 25 prophets.


How many profits in the bible claimed to be the messiah?

No true prophets claimed to be the Messiah other than Jesus Christ himself. False prophets may have claimed to be the Messiah, but no true prophets of God ever made such a claim.


The term Former Prophets refers to what portion of the Hebrew Bible and what kinds of books are found among the Former Prophets?

Jews do not use this phrase (in English), but "Former Prophets" (we would call them "Early Prophets") refers to these books: Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings. They are largely narrative, historical; and less poetic than the other Prophetic books in the Hebrew Bible.


Who are the sixth Century Biblical Prophets?

Writings to the Bible ceased about the end of the 1st Century AD with the death of John. Therefore on 6th Century BC prophets exists in the Bible. Other faiths would state they have prophets in the 6th AD - Muhammed comes to mind but this is not biblical. The Bible does warn of 'false prophets in the latter days up to the last days but does not name them - just the one major one who assists the political beast power.


Why does the bible talk about prophets raising the dead not just Jesus?

The Bible talks about prophets raising the dead because people forgot that Jesus was just another prophet of God. Not the son of God or anything higher than any other prophet.


What books are considered Major Prophets books in the Bible?

Isaiah, Ezekiel, and Jeremiah are considered the Major Prophets. It is worth noting, though, that they have this distinction only because their books are far longer than those of the other prophets, not because they were "better prophets" or achieved a higher level of prophecy.


What is the Jewish Bible?

You are referring to the Hebrew Bible, or the Tanakh. It is a collection of 24 books, known to the Christians as "The Old Testament". The Torah is the first section of the Jewish "Bible." The other two sections are called The Prophets and The Writings.


Does the bible say if Cain married his sister?

Yes Cain did marry his sister according to the bible, Adam had other sons and daughters.


Are there female prophets mentioned in the Bible?

Answer A To my information, there are no female prophets mentioned in any of the four main Bibles. Answer B There are female prophets mentioned in the bible. A prophet who is a female is actually called a prophetess. One of the prophetess mentioned in the bible, her name is Deborah. You can find this in Judges 4:4. Upon further study you can find other women who were prophetess' in the bible. Answer C (Hint on Answer B above) Not any name mentioned in the Bible is considered a prophet or prophetess. A prophet/prophetess is one who is inspired by God through an angel and is assigned to guide his/her people to the right path of God. Is Deporah among those? I doubt. How the church, until recently, does not except female Cardinals while there are female prophets as claimed above? Answer D Prophet is someone who speaks by divine inspiration; someone who is an interpreter of the will of God. In religion, a prophet is a person who has been contacted by, or has encountered, the supernatural or the divine, and serves as an intermediary with humanity, delivering this new found knowledge from the supernatural entity to other humans. The message that the prophet conveys is called a prophecy. There are female prophets mentioned in the bible. A prophet who is a female is actually called a prophetess. One of the prophetess mentioned in the bible, her name is Deborah. You can find this in Judges 4:4. Upon further study you can find other women who were prophetess' in the bible. Answer E (Hint on Answer D) I agree with the definition above for a prophet. However, the definition applies also on the specially God blessed people and also to people who were supported with special God miracles and not considered prophets or prophetess. My view is that Prophets/prophetesses are only those who mentioned explicitly in the holy book as such and of course the definition above is automatically applies on them. Otherwise, many saints and saintas will be considered also prophets. In the KJV exodus 15:20 "Then Meriam, the prophetess, sister of Aaron, took the timbrel in her hand...."....Notice it reads, "The prophetess", which may indicate she was the only one at that time...


What is the significance of the Torah in the Hebrew bible?

The Torah is the holiest part of the Hebrew Bible. See Numbers ch.12, which states that the level of prophecy of Moses (through whom we received the Torah) was higher than that of the later prophets (who authored the other parts of the Hebrew Bible).


What are Muslims beliefs about prophets?

Muhammed is the Muslim prophet, all other prophets are irrelevant


Were all the prophets in the Bible related to each other?

Yes, by all descending from a common ancestor. If you accept Genesis' explanation it would be Adam, if not, it would be through evolution.


Does the bible say that if you are planning to join the military that you cant get married till 3 years later?

There is nothing in the Bible that says a person is not allowed to get married for a period of time, once one has joined the military. On the other hand, the Bible does say that a recently married man should not be drafted into the service. Deuteronomy 24:5 says that if a man is recently married, he is not supposed to be drafted into military service (or to any other duty) for a period of 1 year, so that he can bring joy to his wife. (This is paraphrased from several Bible translations.)


How many of Jesus' and some of the other prophets in the Bible's prophecies were just plain wrong?

NONE of the prophecies, made by Jesus or any of God's prophets in the Bible, were 'wrong'. They ALL came ( ...or are coming)TRUE .(Joshua 21:45)(John 13:19)(Luke 21:22)(Luke 24:44)(Acts 3:18)


Why was Samuel put in the Bible?

Samuel is in the bible as he was a very famous Judge and won of the major prophets. He did not want the people to have a king , like the other people living around them. With a heavy heart he anointed Saul as King as well as David when he was a boy.


What makes Christianity different from other religions?

Christianity is different from other religions in the way they believe. Christians believe that Jesus came to die for us, and they also believe the Bible is the Words of God, written by His prophets.


Who was first to get married in the Bible?

Adam and Eve were the first to marry in the Bible. God Himself brought them to each other. In fact, He created Eve specifically as a 'help meet' for Adam.


In genesis 4 Cain went off and married where did she come from?

The bible says that Adam and Eve had other children beside Abel and Cain, so Cain married his sister.


How many prophets in the whole Bible?

There were 48 prophets and 7 prophetesses whose prophecies were recorded for posterity in the Bible.48 Prophets:1) Abraham2) Isaac3) Jacob4) Moses5) Aaron6) Joshua7) Pinchas the High Priest8) Elkanah (father of Samuel)9) Eli the High Priest10) Samuel11) Gad12) Nathan13) King David14) King Solomon15) Eido16) Michiyahu ben Yimlah17) Obadiah18) Achiyah of Shiloh19) Yahu ben Chanani20) Azariah ben Oded21) Chaziel son of Metaniah22) Eliezer of Morisha23) Hosea24) Amos25) Micah26) Amotz27) Elijah28) Elisha29) Jonah30) Isaiah31) Joel32) Nahum33) Habakkuk34) Zephaniah35) Uriah from Kiryat Yearim36) Jeremiah37) Ezekiel38) Shmaya39) Baruch40) Neriah41) Seriah42) Mechasiah43) Haggai44) Zechariah45) Malachi46) Mordechai47) Chanani48) Oded7 Prophetesses:1) Sarah (wife of Abraham, mother of all Jews)2) Miriam (sister to Moses)3) Deborah (the only female among the Judges)4) Chanah (mother of Samuel)5) Abigail6) Chuldah7) Esther (of Purim fame)Other prophets, who may or may not have been in prophecy full-time, are mentioned in various places throughout Tanach, but their prophecies were not recorded, because their prophecies were only intended for themselves or for the generation who lived at that time. For example: King Saul dabbled in prophecy for a time, but what he was told, like the thousands of other unrecorded prophecies, is unknown.


How many prophets in the whole bible with reference?

There were 48 prophets and 7 prophetesses whose prophecies were recorded for posterity in the Bible.48 Prophets:1) Abraham2) Isaac3) Jacob4) Moses5) Aaron6) Joshua7) Pinchas the High Priest8) Elkanah (father of Samuel)9) Eli the High Priest10) Samuel11) Gad12) Nathan13) King David14) King Solomon15) Eido16) Michiyahu ben Yimlah17) Obadiah18) Achiyah of Shiloh19) Yahu ben Chanani20) Azariah ben Oded21) Chaziel son of Metaniah22) Eliezer of Morisha23) Hosea24) Amos25) Micah26) Amotz27) Elijah28) Elisha29) Jonah30) Isaiah31) Joel32) Nahum33) Habakkuk34) Zephaniah35) Uriah from Kiryat Yearim36) Jeremiah37) Ezekiel38) Shmaya39) Baruch40) Neriah41) Seriah42) Mechasiah43) Haggai44) Zechariah45) Malachi46) Mordechai47) Chanani48) Oded7 Prophetesses:1) Sarah (wife of Abraham, mother of all Jews)2) Miriam (sister to Moses)3) Deborah (the only female among the Judges)4) Chanah (mother of Samuel)5) Abigail6) Chuldah7) Esther (of Purim fame)Other prophets, who may or may not have been in prophecy full-time, are mentioned in various places throughout Tanach, but their prophecies were not recorded, because their prophecies were only intended for themselves or for the generation who lived at that time. For example: King Saul dabbled in prophecy for a time, but what he was told, like the thousands of other unrecorded prophecies, is unknown.


Do Hindu have holy persons or prophets?

Hindus do not exactly have holy persons or prophets like other religions. Hindus believe in avatars and gods unlike the other religions like Islam and Christianity that have many saints and prophets.


Who married Abraham and Sarah in the Bible?

Abraham and Sarah were married to each other (Genesis ch.20). It is not known who performed the wedding ceremony. They got married while they were still living in Ur. See also:More about Abraham