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  1. What “modern religions” expect does not correspond to what the Holy Books say about it. Matthew 23: 29-36 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites, for you build the tombs of the prophets and adorn the monuments of the righteous, and say,' If we had been in the days of our fathers, we would not have been their accomplices in shedding the blood of the prophets.'

    Serpents, creatures of the echidna! how will you escape from the damnation of Hell?

    Therefore, behold, I send unto you prophets, and wise men, and scribes; and some ye shall kill and crucify, and some ye shall smite in your synagogues, and persecute from city to city: that all the righteous blood that is shed on the earth may come upon you.”

    One of these “wise scribes” was Leo Tolstoy, and on him the prediction of Christ came true. Tolstoy was not accepted by society as a prophet, and received “a lot of blood” from the revolution and civil war. The Gospel of Luke 6:22-23 about Tolstoy

    “Blessed are you when men hate you, and when they excommunicate you, and revile you, and profane your name, because of the Son of Man.”

    Rejoice in that Day and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven. So did their fathers to the prophets.”

    Even our “secular” state has recognized Tolstoy as an extremist and, in fact, is silent about Tolstoy's prophetic mission, calling him a “false teacher”, the creator of” anti-Christian literature “article” Anathema”, published by the state, an Orthodox encyclopedia. The teaching of Jesus Christ is recorded in it as “heresy” (article ALOGI), and Jesus the prophet as “Antichrist” (article Antichrist ibid.).

    If Jesus Christ comes a second time, he will be treated the same as the first time. Orthodox people are waiting for Christ to appear in the sky and take them to himself, and He will come to the temple and start kicking out “those who sell and buy” from there…. Naturally, they will call the police and hide them in a dope…

    Muslims, believing the hadiths (false) are waiting for the one-eyed Dajjal and then the Mahdi on a white horse and with a sword…

    How do you feel about the Fat Lion? Do you have his books: diaries, “The Way of Life”, “Reading circle”, ” What is my faith?”, “Confession”, “Is it really so necessary?”, “Slavery of our time”???? Philosopher Boris Sushkov really wanted Leo Tolstoy to be rehabilitated , but….. Boris Sushkov “A Prophet in his homeland”https://www.roerichs.com/Sodr/N13-14/6-1.htm

  2. not exactly in Judaism, they expect a Messiah -a man from the seed of David who will restore the kingdom of Israel. In Christianity, they are waiting for the Messiah, the son of God. Not the prophet

  3. The topic is extremely ambiguous and therefore it is not entirely clear what you mean by such a prophet.

    Jesus was the last prophet before the advent of the New Testament, of which He became the Surety.

    After Him, the Jews have no prophets and can not be.

    In the real church of Christ, there is a vocation – a prophet and a gift of the Holy Spirit – to prophesy, and these are not the same thing.

    Both are necessary to strengthen and support believers.

    Similarly, during the last seven years before the second coming of Christ, when God will be concerned only with the salvation of the remnant of Israel, there will be two prophets in Jerusalem, presumably Moses and Elijah.

    And it seems to be all.

    How to understand?

    Yes, very simple.

    God always supernaturally confirms the authority and legitimacy of His prophets.

  4. In Islam, the arrival of a false prophet is associated with the Day of Judgment. After killing him by a prophet who was resurrected for this purpose, the end of the world will come. Something like this

  5. In short: in Judaism, the entire story of the prophet is expected:) Everything should be ready for his arrival. During the existence of Judaism, thousands and thousands of false prophets have appeared. There are certain requirements for the Messiah – for example, he must be exclusively from the line of King David. Some Jewish sects at the beginning of the new era had a version of two messiahs: The first is from the line of King David (Meshiach ben-David), a secular ruler and general who is likely to die; and the second is Meshiach ben-Aaron, a priest who will come a little later.

    In Christianity, too, there are a number of requirements (for example, the prophet must speak all languages and understand the speech of animals and birds), but then let someone more competent supplement me 🙂

  6. I will not venture to talk about Christianity and Judaism. Although in Christian eschatology (the system of views on the end of the world), the thesis of the Second Coming of Christ appears ( as a human, he played the role of a prophet). Thanks to the surviving descriptions, the portrait of Christ is known to almost everyone, and if you believe the scriptures, he will be surrounded by angels.

    In Islamic eschatology , the so-called false prophet is mentioned , or to be more precise, “Dajjal”. In the Scriptures, he is described as a man without one eye , and on his forehead there will be an inscription “اللافر”, which translates as “infidel” , and in the Scriptures, it is said that he will perform various “miracles”. There is also a place for Jesus (Isa) in Islamic eschatology . He will have to fight with the false prophet, and then with the peoples of Gog and Magog.

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