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Moshiach (Messiah) lit. "annointed one". The final redeemer of the Jewish people from exile. Prophesied in Tanach, he will be a righteous human king descended patrilineally from King David. Identity still unknown, check back later.

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Besides that the Messiah must be of Davidic lineage, must he also be the greatest torah scholar of the generation (of Davidic lineage)? …
asked Apr 28 '14 by ray
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What are the main signs given by the sages that the Messiah's arrival is imminent and have those signs been fulfilled in our times?
asked Jun 23 '15 by ray
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I have bumped into some christian websites claiming that the Jews are blameworthy for not accepting jesus as the Messiah. According to our tradition what conditions are there (if any) that require … the Jewish people to accept someone as the Messiah and that they would be blameworthy if they don't? i.e. even if someone were to perform miracles, etc. and show preliminary signs of being the messiah are Jews somehow considered blameworthy if they don't accept him. …
asked Sep 3 '15 by ray
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what will be the status of owned property in Israel when Moshiach comes. Will a person's apartment remain his? or perhaps the land will be redivided.
asked Jul 24 '14 by ray
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Among the failed potential Messiah's was Bar Kochba who was backed by Rabbi Akiva. What do we know about him? Was he a disciple of Beit Hillel or Beit Shamai or someone else for example?
asked Apr 28 '14 by ray
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The Rambam in Hilchos Yesodei HaTorah says God has no joy or sadness. If so, why do we wait for moshiach? For G-d's glory? G-d does not need anything from us.
asked Sep 10 '12 by ray