Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus, and Mohammed are considered the messengers of God. There are thousands of other prophets such as Ismail, Dhu Kifl, Dhul Qarnain, Imran, etc.
Prophets are people who speak the word of God. Messengers are prophets who also reveal a Scripture.
No we do not he is considered a prophet of God (Allah) he is the last of Allah's prophets
About 1,24,000 messengers from Almighty God are called Prophets (May peace be upon them all). They were the chosen men who were asigned the duty of guiding people to the Right Path, the Path that leads to Almigty Allah, and ensures salvation of he Day of Judgment. The angels who came to the Prophets are also called Messengers.
These are prophets and messengers mentioned by name in Qur'an. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prophets_of_Islam There are others that we don't know about. We, Muslims, believe that they all came with the same message from God: "Believe in one God and follow his laws".
No. It is not. Muslims believe that Allah (God in English) is the founder of Islam. All God prophets are messengers who convey God message (Islam) to their people. Refer to question below.
perceive them as messengers of God, and their message as God's word
Prophets are people sent by god with the same message or way of life by the prophet or messenger before him but the messengers are the ones sent by god with a new message or way of life. So the similarities is that they are both sent by god.
PBUH stands for "Peace Be Upon Him" ... Muslims use it with all prophets and messengers from God. sometimes they use a special symbol which means peace be upon him, so not everyone puts pbuh.
Muslims believe in all God prophets as they lead people to the right path of God, they call for good morals, and they set the rules; per God command; for what you to do and what you are forbidden to do.
Muslims believe in the same God as Christians and Jews, the one and only one God the Creator and All-Merciful. However, some Christians believe that Jesus is also God or son of God while Muslims believe that Jesus is one of the greatest God messengers and prophets but not God or son of God. Some Christians believe also that God is three persons (God the Creator, Jesus, and spirit) in one. Something that Muslims don't believe in.
Adam, Enoch, Noah, Eber, Shelah, Abraham, Lot, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Job, Jethro, Moses, Harun, Ezekiel, David, Solomon, Elija, Elisha, Jonah, Zechariah, John, Jesus, Muhammad.
In islam it is considered a sine to draw faces of the prophets and god. They say its a sin because they can not do the work of god so they just cover the faces of prophets with lights i would know i am muslim.
Muslims believe that Muhammad, like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Joseph, Jonah, Solomon, Jesus, etc., renewed the message from God of true monotheism. Muslims call these men prophets or messengers.
Well, actually, there were thousands! The "messengers"were the prophets of Islam. The last prophet was Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and the first was Prophet Adam (PBUH).
Muslims, per Islam teachings, recognize and believe in all God prophets. Quran mentioned by name only 25 of them. Of those prophets, five are considered as the five greatest prophets. They are:NoahAbrahamMosesJesusMuhammadPeace be upon them all.Refer to question below for the names of the 25 prophets.
Christians, of course, believe in Jesus but some of them believe that Jesus is son of God or God.Jews don't believe in JesusMuslims believe in Jesus as one of the greatest God prophets and Messengers. They don't believe that Jesus is God or son of God as some Christians do. Refer to related question below for more information.
'Muslims believe that there are five greatest prophets; namely prophets Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them). Qur'an says (English meaning translation):"The Messenger (Muhammad) has believed in what was revealed to him from his Lord (Allah or God and same God worshiped in Judaism and Christianity), and [so have] the believers. All of them have believed in Allah and His angels and His books and His messengers, [saying], "We make no distinction between any of His messengers." And they say, "We hear and we obey. [We seek] Your forgiveness, our Lord, and to You is the [final] destination."
Updated Answer:Muslims believe in all God prophets and messengers. However, Prophet Mohamed (peace upon him) may be considered by Muslims as the most important prophet in Islam. He is the last prophet commanded by God to call people for worshiping God, the one and the only one God. The holy book Quran, revealed by God to prophet Mohamed, is the last God revelations to people. Muslims are required (by God command in Quran) to believe, equally and without discrimination, in all God prophets. Quran says (meaning English translation):" to those who believe in Allah (God) and His messengers and make no distinction between any of his messengers, we shall soon give them due rewards, for Allah is the All Forgiving and the Most Merciful" (Quran, chapter 4, verse 152).Note: Prophet Mohamed may be spelled Muhammad, Mohammad, or MohammedAnswerMuhhamd was Isalm's most important prophet, he was the one that mainly introduced Islam. The most important prophets in Islam are:NoahIbrahim (Abraham)Mousa (Moses)Esa (Jesus)MuhammadPeace be upon all of them.& the most important of all is Muhammad PBUH.
AnswerMoses (as) is a prophet of God and Muslims belief in all prophets 124,000. AnswerMuslims believe that Moses in Profit of God and he is the only profit who talk to God no else has such privilege
estimated by 125000 prophets. Quran, Muslims God holy book, mentions explicitly 25 God prophets.
Monotheistic. Muslims believe in all God prophets including the five greatest prophets; Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad (Peace be upon them all). Muslims believe that all God prophets were assigned by God to call their people for worshiping one and only one God (called Allah in Arabic) with no partner, no companion, no son, and no associate.
No. Muslims believe that Mohammed was the final prophet and the capstone of the prophets.