The major prophets of the Hebrew Bible are Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses and Aaron. Of these, Judaism considers Moses the greatest. In Christianity, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel and Ezekial are also considered major prophets. More »

According to Bible.org, the four major prophets of the Bible are Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel. These prophets all served three specific roles in the Bible: they were preachers of Mosaic law, predictors of God's ... More »

In the Jewish tradition, the 12 minor prophets is a reference to a single book of the Old Testament, containing the stories of twelve prophets of Israel, including Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah and Jonah. Rounding out the 1... More »

Some Biblical names are Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Jeremiah, Moses, David, Daniel, Joshua, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Both the Old and New Testaments record traditions and events that determined what name a person was giv... More »

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According to the Bible, the genealogy of Jesus Christ includes key Biblical persons, such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and King David. Other notable names in the line of Christ include Boaz, Rahab and Noah. More »

According to Oxford Biblical Studies, the patriarchs of the Old Testament were Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Between them, these three men are figurative fathers of the Israelite nation. More »

Some biblical boys' names that remain popular as of 2015 include Aaron, Moses, Joshua, Joseph and Philip. Other common biblical boy names include Adam, Peter, Paul, James, John and Elijah. More »

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