Definition of Messiahship. Meaning of Messiahship. Synonyms of Messiahship

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Definition of Messiahship

Messiahship
Messiahship Mes*si"ah*ship, n. The state or office of the Messiah.

Meaning of Messiahship from wikipedia

- regularly that he was having various visions of God. He revealed his Messiahship early on to Isaac Silveyra and Moses Pinheiro, the latter a brother-in-law...
- and usher in a new kingdom. This was the background to the concept of Messiahship in early Christianity, which interpreted the career of Jesus "by means...
- Christianity. Messianic Judaism affirms Christian creeds such as the messiahship and divinity of "Yeshua" (the Hebrew name of Jesus) and the Triune Nature...
- Promised Messiahship". Review of Religions. 3 (9). ISSN 0034-6721. As reproduced in Ahmad, Mirzā Ghulām (January 2009). "My Claim to Promised Messiahship" (PDF)...
- Christopher (2004). "The Eschatology of Globalization: The Multiple Messiahship of Bahá'u'lláh Revisited (pp. 143–178)". In Sharon, Moshe (ed.). Studies...
- ****uming the role of two. In the Dead Sea Scrolls, there is mention of dual messiahship[citation needed]. Later-Judaism talks about two messiahs — sons respectively...
- Christopher (2004). "The eschatology of Globalization: The multiple-messiahship of Bahā'u'llāh revisited". In Sharon, Moshe (ed.). Studies in Modern...
- God of a divinely chosen individual. According to Ahmadiyya thought, Messiahship is a phenomenon through which a special emphasis is given on the transformation...
- Islam in the same year. Sabbatai Zevi's followers, both during his "Messiahship" and after his conversion to Islam, are known as Sabbateans. They can...
- Christopher (2004). "The eschatology of Globalization: The multiple-messiahship of Bahā'u'llāh revisited". In Sharon, Moshe (ed.). Studies in Modern...
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