You have not scoped this question to any particular Christian denomination, but pretty much all mainstream and even non-mainstream denominations would say that Jesus was not the last prophet.
The Bible contains prophecies that were written by people after Jesus (such as the book of Revelation), and it describes first-century Christian congregations as ...
The idea of the last prophet or the last revelation is not a Christian concept.
Notice what a prophecy is
“knowing this first of all, that no prophecy of Scripture comes from someone's own interpretation. For no prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.”
2 Peter 1:20-21
Many places Bible tells us contrastingly that Jesus is not just a prophet.
What did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet. This is the one about whom it is written: ‘Look, I am sending my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way before you.’ “I tell you the truth, among those born of women, no ...
If you take the book of Revelation in chronological order, Revelation 11 says there's at least two more prophets to come before Jesus makes his direct return in chapter 19
3And I will appoint my two witnesses, and they will prophesy for 1,260 days, clothed in sackcloth.” 4They are “the two olive trees” and the two lampstands, and “they stand before the Lord ...
The Bible says a great deal about testing prophets and spirits.
A spirit will confess that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh.
Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world. 2 This is how you can recognize the Spirit of God: Every spirit that ...
The Church had been initially organized in 1830 with Joseph Smith as the first Elder and Oliver Cowdery as the second. In 1832, Joseph Smith organized a First Presidency and appointed two counselors. One of these was Sidney Rigdon, The other was excommunicated in 1833 and his replacement disappeared about 1837. Oliver Cowdery had been appointed Assistant ...
It appears that many of the answers posted here interpret the word "prophet" in a literal sense, taking it to mean "a person who receives a divine revelation." However, it seems to me that you're using the word "prophet" in the Islamic sense, and interpreting it to mean "a person divinely chosen to be a significant religious leader."
I must clarify that ...
My response comes from this article about OT prophecy about Jesus from Nazareth.
It basically states that there is no direct Old-Testament reference to Nazareth. The article postulates two explanations:
1) It was a reference that Jesus would be despised.
He says 'prophets,' plural. It could be that Matthew was referring to several Old Testament ...
First, the term "children" is a poor translation in the KJV. It's better rendered "youths" (as in the NKJV), which really changes the meaning of the story.
Imagine being accosted by more than 40 teens at once, intent on making trouble for you, outside of town. This was no simple mocking; Elisha's life could very well have been in danger, and there's no ...
1. Schools of the Prophets in the Old Testament
Many well known commentaries explain the "sons of the prophets" referred to on multiple occasions in the Old Testament [1 Kings 20:35; 2 Kings 2:3,5,7,15; 4:1,38; 5:22; 6:1; 9:1] as:
...the schools of the prophets... - Benson, Pulpit, Matthew Henry
...a school of the prophets... - Gill
The question seems to assume the Genesis account is literal, so I'll answer from the YEC view, which assumes it's literal.
The usual disclaimer - not all denominations assume the Genesis account is actual history, I'm just answering as if it is, since the question seems to be looking for that viewpoint.
From Genesis 9 (KJV)
And God spake unto Noah, ...
While Latter-day Saints respect the beliefs of others, they don't revere or recognize Muhammad as a prophet.
In LDS history, the first prophet in our dispensation (a consecutive period of time where the gospel is on the earth and revealed, or "dispensed," through prophets) was Joseph Smith. Before that, the last prophet we have record of is Moroni, son of ...
There are no explicit references to exorcism in the OT. However, in a possible foreshadowing of Christ, David caused an evil spirit to depart from Saul multiple times by playing the harp (1 Sam 16, 18, 19). Some view the NT exorcism accounts as evidence of an increased attempt by Satan to thwart God's plan to redeem the world through Jesus.
He was a prophet by the time of Peter and therefore a prophet in the Bible:
2 Peter 2:5 NIV
If he did not spare the ancient world when he brought the flood on its
ungodly people, but protected Noah, a preacher of righteousness, and
In the Torah, the word "נָבִיא" is used to describe him.
In Hebrew, the word נָבִיא (navi), "...
All the miracles haven't gone, rather The Miracle has come.
John 1:14 (ESV)
14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.
All your questions come down to this. The incarnation of Christ changed the tangible state of our relationship to God. The ...
The problem to solve is related to quoting Scripture out of context
Purposely then He says nothing in answer to the idle question, but
turns His discourse to a more important subject. ~ St Cyril
Jesus was speaking about himself ("a prophet") in the third person
Jesus also referred to himself as "a prophet" in Mark 6:4:
“But Jesus said unto them, ...
Paul did not explicitly claim to be a Prophet although there were occasions where he acted as one (cf. Acts 13 & Acts 27), however he did claim to be personally called as an Apostle by the risen Christ Jesus.
The Apostles were specifically set apart by Jesus and given authority to teach and are generally considered by Christians to have either ...
Deut 18:20-22 is the classic example from the old testament
20 But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in My name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that prophet shall die.’ 21 And if you say in your heart, ‘How shall we know the word which the Lord has not spoken?’— 22 when a prophet speaks in the name ...
The verses below tell you clearly what to do. Use logic and reason, consult with Christians wiser than you, and test this man's words. Praise God if he passes. Rebuke the man if he does not.
Modified from a previous answer of mine on testing prophets
The first thing I want to say is that if your wife is a Christian with a moderately strong faith ...
I know this is an old question, but I thought I'd provide some additional perspective.
First, though, we need to define what a prophet actually is (from an LDS perspective). In Preach My Gospel, the LDS Church's official training manual for its missionary program, a prophet is defined as:
A man who has been called by and speaks for God. As a messenger ...
1. He already has warned us
2. We refuse to listen
At the conclusion of the story of Lazarus and the Rich Man (Luke 16), Lazarus pleads with Abraham to go warn his brothers about the fires of hell. The story continues:
"'No, father Abraham,' he said, 'but if someone from the dead goes to them, they will repent.'
"He said to him, 'If ...
Are you referring to anything specifically? If you can provide a specific instance, that might be more informative.
In short: the answers are: Nullify, no. Takes precedence, yes.
For example, polygamy is an eternal law. And although it is not practiced today, it has been practiced as noted in the Bible (Genesis 16:3; 25:1; 29:21-30; 30:3-4, 9), spoken ...
I don't think there is any other reference to casting out out of demons other than what's stated above about David. BUT Jesus said this in Matthew 12:27 NLT
And if I am empowered by Satan, what about your own exorcists? They cast out demons, too, so they will condemn you for what you have said.
So it seems as if casting out of demons already was ...
I don't believe we know (yet).
As soon as possible?
President Nelson says:
And some said it couldn’t be done, so why even try?
It was the Savior Himself who said, “For thus shall my church be called in the last days, even The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.”
So that's it: The Lord decreed that His Church will be called by ...
Adam and Eve (in Genesis)
Cain (in genesis)
Noah (in Genesis)
Abraham (in Genesis)
Satan (in Job)
Job, Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar, and possibly Elihu (in Job, from a whirlwind)
Moses (in Exodus, Numbers, possibly Deuteronomy)
Aaron and Miriam (in Numbers 12)
Samuel (in 1 Samuel)
Elijah (the still small voice of 1 Kings 19)
King Belshazzar and his banquet ...
The prophets of the Old Testament frequently brought warnings, adjuring the people (or the recipients of the message) to change...or else.
Deuteronomy 18:22 (NASB)
When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken.
This is the real test of any prophet.
A passage whose interpretation clearly delineates Jesus as being greater than other prophets is the parable of the wicked tenants:
9 He went on to tell the people this parable: “A man planted a vineyard, rented it to some farmers and went away for a long time. 10 At harvest time he sent a servant to the tenants so they would give him some of the fruit of ...
Mark quotes this passage in the first two verses of his book and it is clear that the 'beginning of the gospel' is the ministry of John. Mark also quotes from Isaiah in confirmation of this.
Thus if the 'messenger of preparation' - spoken of by Malachi - is John the Baptist, then the 'Messenger of the Covenant' (which Malachi says is the Lord himself) is ...