Judaism isn't entirely clear on what happens after we die.
Judaism is famously ambiguous about what happens when we die.
Beliefs & Practices
Jewish sources have not, as a general rule, focused attention on the specific personal qualities of the Messiah.
It's an individual Jew's ultimate reward, but the nature of the World to Come has always been disputed.
The belief in a messiah, a person who will redeem the people Israel and usher in a more perfect era, is often considered one of Judaism's defining characteristics.
When and how will the dead will be brought back to life?
Though some Jewish thinkers vigorously rejected the notion of reincarnation, kabbalists embraced it enthusiastically.
How much do you know about Judaism and the afterlife?
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The Reform Movement's changing conception of the Messiah.
Jewish text offers glimpses into the time of the Messiah.
Scholars debate the relationship between catastrophe, Jewish mysticism, and messianic fervor.
Leader and nation who will battle Jews before the coming of the Messiah.