Table of Prophets of Abrahamic Religions

This is a table containing prophets of the modern Abrahamic religions.

Table of prophets in Abrahamic religions

Judaism Christianity Islam
Adam (ʾĀdam)
Abel Abel (Hābīl)
Seth (Sheesh)
Enoch Enoch (Idris)
Noah Noah Noah (Nuh)
Krishna (Ahmadiyya)
Eber Hud
Saleh
Zoroaster (Ahmadiyya)
Abraham Abraham Abraham (ʾIbrāhīm)
Sarah
Ishmael (Ismā’īl)
Isaac Isaac Isaac (ʾIsḥāq)
Jacob Jacob Jacob (Yaqub)
Joseph Joseph Joseph (Yusuf)
Lot Lot (Lut)
Job Job Job (Ayub)
Jeduthun
Asaph/Asoph
Ruth Ruth
Jethro (Shoaib)
Bithiah
Aaron Aaron Aaron (Harun)
Miriam Miriam
Moses Moses Moses (Musa)
Joshua Joshua/Josue Joshua (Yusha Bin Nun)
Khidr
Phinehas Phinehas
Deborah Deborah
Gideon Gideon (Eastern Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic)
Eli
Elkanah
Hannah
Samuel Samuel Samuel (Syamuil)
King David David David (Da[w]ud)
Abigail
King Solomon Solomon Solomon (Sulayman)
Ahijah HaShiloni Ahijah HaShiloni
Hezekiah
Mordecai
Eliphaz (the Temanite)
Bildad (the Shuhite)
Zophar (the Naamathite)
Elihu (the Buzite)
Beor
Balaam
Gad Gad
Nathan Nathan
Shemaiah Shemaiah
Hanani
Jehu Jehu
Jahaziel Jahaziel/Chaziel
Eliezer Eliezer
Ahiyah
Iddo Iddo
Micaiah
Obadiah
Oded Oded
Azariah Azariah
Ezra (Arabian Peninsula only, formerly) Ezra/Esdras Ezra (Uzair)
Nehemiah/Nechemia
Hosea Hosea/Osee
Huldah
Amos<
Micah Micah/Micheas
Amoz
Elijah Elijah/Elias Elijah (Ilyas)
Elisha Elisha Elisha (al-Yasa)
Jonah Jonah/Jonas Jonah (Yunus)
Buddha (Ahmadiyya)
Isaiah Isaiah/Isaias Isaiah
Jeremiah Jeremiah/Jeremias Jeremiah
Zephaniah Zephaniah/Sophonias
Nahum Nahum
Habakkuk Habakkuk/Habacuc
Ezekiel Ezekiel/Ezechiel Dhul-Kifl
Uriah Uriah
Baruch ben Neriah Baruch ben Neriah
Neriah Neriah
Seraiah Seraiah
Haggai Haggai/Aggeus
Zechariah Zechariah/Zacharias
Malachi Malachi/Malachias
Esther Esther
Joel Joel
Daniel Daniel (Daniyal)
Zechariah (the Priest) Zechariah (Zakariya)
John (the Baptist) John the Baptist (Yahya ibn Zakariyya)
Jesus of Nazareth Jesus (Isa)
John of Patmos (except Syriac Orthodox Church)
Muhammad
Joseph Smith (Mormonism)
Ellen G. White (Seventh-day Adventistism)

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