Prophet (disambiguation)

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Not to be confused with profit (disambiguation).

A prophet is a person who is believed to speak through divine inspiration.

Prophet may also refer to:

People named "Prophet"[edit]

People referred to as "The Prophet" as a title[edit]

See Category:Prophets for a categorized list of people considered prophets.

"The Prophet" can mean:

  • Muhammad, also known as Al-Nabi (The Prophet), regarded by Muslims as the last prophet of God
  • Zoroaster (or Zarathushtra), founder of Zoroastrianism sometimes referred to simply as "The Prophet"
  • Tenskwatawa, Shawnee leader also called "The Prophet" or "The Shawnee Prophet"
  • Wabokieshiek, Ho-Chunk leader also called "The Prophet" or "The Winnebago Prophet"

Fiction[edit]

  • The Prophet (book), 1923 collection of poetry by Kahlil Gibran
  • Prophet (comics), a comic book character of Image Comics
  • Prophet (novel), 1992 Christian novel by Frank E. Peretti
  • Prophet (Star Trek), alien race in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
  • Race part of the Covenant in the Halo game series
  • The shortened name of the Daily Prophet newspaper of the Harry Potter novels
  • Laurence "Prophet" Barnes, the leader of Raptor Team in the 2007 FPS Crysis, returning in Crysis 2 and starring in Crysis 3

Music[edit]

Film[edit]

Others[edit]

  • Nevi'im, "Prophets", the second main division of the Hebrew Bible
  • Al-Anbiya, “The Prophets”, the 21st chapter of the Qur’an.
  • The Prophet (newspaper), New York City periodical published 1844–1845
  • Prophet River, British Columbia, aboriginal community in Canada
  • Prophet Systems, subsidiary company of Clear Channel Communications that produces radio automation systems
  • Prophet (company) is a strategic brand and marketing consultancy with operations in the United States and Europe that specializes in brand, marketing, design, innovation and analytics

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