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Although Judaism has had thousands of prophets, the greatest prophet was Moshe (Moses).

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Judaism doesn't have a central prophet. That being said, the greatest prophet in Judaism was Moshe (Moses) because of his unique relationship with HaShem.


Avraham was the first prophet for Judaism.


The greatest prophet in Judaism was Moses.


No, Jesus was not a prophet according to Jews. Judaism doesn't discuss Jesus at all.


Abraham is not the main prophet of Judaism. Abraham was not regarded as a prophet. Judaism, unlike Christianity and Islam, does not have a main prophet. Moses is often considered the greatest prophet because of his achievement and his closeness to God. All prophets after Moses are said to have only glimpsed what Moses saw.


Judaism does not accept that Jesus was a prophet.


The Abrahamic faiths are all monotheistic ones that have their roots in the prophet Abraham, the central religions are Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Bahá'í.



Avraham was the first prophet of Judaism, he was followed by Yitzchak then Yaacov. Please see the related link for more information on the subject.


Abraham founded Judaism. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Judaism was founded through God revelation of Torah to prophet Moses (peace be upon him) while the prophet was in Egypt. Some estimate that it was around 1400 BC when prophet Moses received the ten commandments.


The Messiah is probably as important as Moses the Prophet is.


There is no central leadership in Judaism


Jesus Christ is the most central prophet in Christianity.


Judaism believes that Jesus was a regular human being, not divine and not a prophet.


In Judaism, a prophet is any person through whom HaShem (The Creator) communicates.


He is never recorded as having prophesied anything. "Hearing the Voice of God" is not enough to satisfy the requirements of being a prophet in Judaism. A prophet must receive Divine Information and deliver it to the people. Adam does not do this.


No. Muhammad is the name of the founding prophet of Islam. The Founding Prophet in Judaism is Moses.



Probably the most central sacred story in Judaism is how the prophet Moses liberated the enslaved Jewish people from Egypt and took them to Mount Sinai where God revealed himself to the entire Jewish people and proceeded to create an eternal covenant with them (Exodus ch.12 and 19).


Jerusalem is considered the holiest city not only in Judaism and Christianity but also in Islam. It is believed that prophet Solomon built his temple (that was destroyed later on by the Romans) in Jerusalem. However, the city of Jerusalem is also central to Christianity where prophet Jesus was living. It is also central for Muslims as it was the first direction that they face during prayers and prophet Muhammad was raised to the Heavens (during the miracle of Israa and Mii'raaj) from Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa located in Jerusalem and returned back on the same night.


Judaism's greatest prophet was Moses (Deuteronomy ch.34). Today, each community has its own rabbi or rabbis, with no central leader.See also:The prophetsMore about MosesJudaism's leaders through history


Mohammad who was Allah's prophet


Moses was the most important of the prophets in Judaism (Numbers ch.12). See also:A biography of Moses


Reform Judaism prizes Jewish Identity over Jewish ritual.


Prophet Muhammad was the prophet for the Islamic religion and not the Jewish religion. He was sent to all of mankind. It is worth noting that while Mohammed is the final capstone of the prophets in Islam and the revealer of the Qur'an, Mohammed is wholly irrelevant to Judaism.



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