Who is a major prophet?
Moses is probably tops on the list in the Old Testament.
The prophet Isaiah was a major prophet in the old testament.
Lamentations is not named as a major prophet, it was probably written by Jeremiah, who was a major prophet.
Prophet Jeremiah, Prophet Elijah, Prophet Nehemiah, Prophet Joel, Prophet Isaiah.
major miracles of the Holy Prophet with reference of Quran.
Yes Jeremiah is a very important prophet, a major prophet.
Yes Samuel is considered as a major prophet.
Major Prophets have more chapters in the books of inspired, canonical sacred Scripture that bear their respective names. Each Minor Prophet has fewer chapters in his book that any Major Prophet has. Isaiah, for example, was a Major Prophet, whereas Micah was a Minor Prophet. The Major Prophets were Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel; the other twelve were Minor Prophets. (Daniel, Baruch, and Lamentations fit in neither category.)
Daniel was a major prophet, no doubt, but the book of Daniel is alsohistorical , what happened at the king of Babylons rule.
Major prophets are just longer books. Minor prophet means that the book is shorter.
It is the major prophet Isaiah , one the birth of jesus christ and two second death of Jesus Christ.
Gideon was not a major prophet at all.
the 5 major prophet books of the bible are isaiah,jeremiah,lamentations,ezekiel and daniel.
Because the human author was Jeremiah, who wrote the book of Jeremiah and is a major prophet.
With the Deuteronomistic reforms of Josiah, king of Judah from 641 to 609 BCE, the monotheists were in the ascendency and must have believed that the other gods in the Hebrew pantheon were gone forever. Ezekiel, who would have grown up during the reign of Josiah to become a priest of Yahweh, must have thought it his birthright to be at the forefront of Judahite religion. The untimely death of Josiah ended this, with the… Read More
Moses was the most important of the prophets in Judaism (Numbers ch.12). See also: A biography of Moses
Sure he was a sucess as he is considered a major prophet.
Yes he was , as he is considered as a major prophet.
I believe you mean a major prophet. Whether a prophet is "major" or "minor" has to deal with the amount of writing they produced. Major prophets (like Isaiah or Jeremiah) wrote a lot, whereas minor prophets (like Baruch and others) wrote very little. It has nothing to do with how much work or how much good the prophet did.
Neither. The terms "Major Prophet" or "Minor Prophet" refers to the length of prophetic books found in the Old Testament. So in strict terms prophets (the people) aren't classified as "major" or "minor". While Samuel was a prophet, the two books that bear his name: 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel are not classified as prophetic books (they contain more of a narrative of the history and events during Samuel's lifetime). Thus Samuel is neither a… Read More
Jeremiah is a major prophet in the old testament, often called the weeping prophet.
The prophet Isaiah is a major prophet in the old testament.
the major prophets are simply the longer books. The 'minor' prophets are simply the shorter books. the major prophets are simply the longer books. The 'minor' prophets are simply the shorter books.
Firstly Adam was never a prophet, either major or minor prophet, he lived about 4004 B.C.
The major prophets in the bible are Isaiah, Daniel, Samuel, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Note that Samuel is not considered a "major prophet" by most scholars and Daniel is not part of the Major Prophet books in the Hebrew Bible.
Jeremiah was a major prophet in the old testament , and is often called the weeping prophet.
First of all Adam was never a prophet a major or minor one.
In the bible Samuel is considered as both a major prophet as well as a judge.
The classification of major or minor prophet refers to the biblical books written by various prophets. Elisha has no books attributed to him. Thus, he does not qualify for either. This does not reflect the importance of his actual role as a prophet.
Prophet Nuh (Nuah) (A S) Prophet Musa (Moses) (A S) Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) (A S) Prophet isa (Jesus) (A S) prophet Muhammad (Muhammed or Ahmed) (S A W)
The great man Samuel was the first prophet, that is both a major or a minor prophet.
Elijah I think...
The prophet at the time of king Sauls reign was the major prophet Samuel he was also there at the time of king David.
The size of the books defines the prophets as major and minor.
The major prophet is Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha)
The three major events are; from my point of view: prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) migration to Yethrib (called late AlMadinah or Medina)Prophet Muhammad and his companions entering Mecca (or Makkah)prophet Muhammad death
The major prophets were Jeremiah, Samuel*, Isaiah, Daniel*, Ezekiel, Nehemiah and Ezra. Additionally Note that Samuel is not considered a "major prophet" by the strict definition most scholars use and Daniel is not part of the Major Prophet books in the Hebrew Bible.
The major prophets have written bigger books, more prophecies , minor prophets have written smaller books , with less prophecies.
A major prophet is a book in the Major Prophets section of the Christian Old Testament in the Bible which is the following 5 books: Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Ezekiel Daniel Also note that the book of Daniel is not considered a major prophet book in the Hebrew Bible.
A minor prophet. Additional Comment: Perfectly correct answer. My point is that God calls people to be a Prophet and doesn't classify them as major or minor. They are 'recruited' to do God's will at that particular time with that particular message. This is man's classification and it is based upon the lenght of the material in the book which 'minor' is usually much shorter than 'major.' :)
The major prophets are Isaiah , deaniel, Samuel, Jeremiah and Ezekiel.
Prophet Adam (peace be upon him), the first man, was the first Prophet, and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was the final Prophet. However, major prophets of Islam are five. The first of them is Noah (Nuh) followed by, in order, Abraham (Ibrahim), Moses (Musa), Jesus (Isa), and Muhammad (peace be upon them all).
Actually there are six major prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel.
Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him. But before him, many other prophets also came and so Muslims believe in Prophet Jesus, Prophet Dawood, Prophet Abraham and many other totalling 124,000. Islam teaches they were all Muslims.
The prophet Muhammad may Allah grant Him with peace is the major Islamic figure.
The last Judge was Samson, and the first major prophet was Samuel.
There are 5 major prophets in the bible, they were Isaiah , Jeremiah, Daniel, Samuel, Ezekiel.
As far as 'importance' goes; there is no such thing as major or minor prophet. They are equally important since they are appointed by God. The expression 'minor and major prophet' simply refers to the size of their writings. The books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel are much larger writings, when compared with Joel, Jonah, Haggai, Malachi, etc. --But-- they were all equally impartant messages for the peoples at the various times those prophets existed… Read More
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Lord Krishna was the major prophet of Hinduism.