Even if the individual claiming personal revelation performs miracles, they do not prove he is a genuine prophet.All the miracles show – assuming they are genuine – is that he has certain powers. Judaism, unique among all of the world's major religions, does not rely on "claims of miracles" as the basis for its religion.Jews do not accept Jesus as the messiah because: But first, some background: What exactly is the Messiah?The word "Messiah" is an English rendering of the Hebrew word Mashiach, which means "anointed." It usually refers to a person initiated into God's service by being anointed with oil.Jesus appeared on the scene approximately 350 years after prophecy had ended, and thus could not be a prophet.
These descriptions are used throughout Jewish scripture to graphically describe the suffering of the Jewish people (see Psalm 44).
Isaiah 53 concludes that when the Jewish people are redeemed, the nations will recognize and accept responsibility for the inordinate suffering and death of the Jews.
Throughout history, thousands of religions have been started by individuals, attempting to convince people that he or she is God's true prophet.
One of the most common questions we receive at is: "Why don't Jews believe in Jesus?
" Let's understand why – not to disparage other religions, but rather to clarify the Jewish position.
The Messiah will lead the Jewish people to full Torah observance.