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Judaism has not had any prophets since shortly after the destruction of the First Temple. Jesus is not considered divine or a prophet in Judaism.


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The prophets faced some opposition from idolaters among their people. But their disciples, and all unsullied Israelites, accepted their words immediately. The people who revered the prophets and learned from them are called "the sons of the prophets" (2 Kings 4:38). According to our tradition, the Jewish canon was sealed around 340 BCE by the greatest Sages of the time, whose group included several prophets. It has been the Jewish Bible ever since.

There is no one prophet in Judaism. There were many prophets mentioned in the Bible, but there haven't been any Jewish prophets in more than 2100 years.

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No, since the time of Adam Christ has been preached among the children of men. All "isms" are breakaways from those teachings, and other Gods and prophets have taken the place of the one and only true God and those who have been called by God.

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There are no Israelite prophets of God alive today. Prophecy ended about 2,400 years ago and Malachi was the last Jewish prophet. After the time of the First Destruction, God's presence was no longer felt as clearly as before (see Deuteronomy 31:17-18); and nor is exile conducive to prophecy (Mechilta, parshat Bo). At that time, the last of the prophets realized that prophecy would soon cease. Since then, no Jewish sage has ever claimed prophecy. Moreover, the Talmud (Bava Bathra 12b) states that since the time of the Destruction, "prophecy" has been given only to fools.

The Jewish candle, known as the menorah (or, when used at Hanukkah, a hanukiyah) has been used as a symbol Judaism and Jewish people ever since a menorah was used in the Temple in Jerusalem for almost 3,000 years.

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Some prophets and other leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" church) have been members of Masonic groups, but most have not. Masonry among Mormons is allowed but not encouraged.

Jews consider Moses the greatest of the prophets, but Jews also consider many others to have been prophets. Noah, Abraham, Aaron and Miriam, for example, have prophetic stature because each of them is supposed to have spoken directly with God. The later biblical prophets like Ezekiel and Isaiah are definitely also considered prophets by the Jews.

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