Moshe Ben-Chaim
Question: Topic = The Messiah in Jewish thought
Reply: Messiah is a person, as any other, except his wisdom will be greater than King Solomon, who was world renown at his time for his genius. The Bible teaches that Solomon was given additional wisdom directly from G-d, not only learned knowledge as we experience. He will live and die as all men, and has no special powers, as Judaism reserves attribution of powers to G-d alone. He will teach the world the wisdom of G-d, and he will not be disputed, as he will teach accurate knowledge in line with the Creator.
All nations at that time will recognize Judaism as the only acceptable and truly Divine system. All other religions will be abandoned, as they will be proven to be absent of sound reason and proofs, as Judaism has always contained.

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