Messiah (disambiguation)

Messiah is a title given to a saviour or liberator of a group of people in Abrahamic religions.

In music, it usually refers to Messiah, an oratorio by George Frideric Handel.

Messiah also may refer to:








Religious figuresEdit

  • Jesus, the Messiah in Christianity
  • Moshiach, the Messiah in Judaism
  • Messiah ben Joseph, or Mashiach ben Yoseph, also known as Mashiach bar/ben Ephraim, a Jewish messiah from the tribe of Ephraim and a descendant of Joseph


Other usesEdit

  • Messiah (software), a computer animation and rendering package
  • Messiah (video game), a 2000 third person shooter video game by Interplay
  • Messiah Cathedral, an Indonesian megachurch of the predominantly Indonesian-Chinese Indonesian Reformed Evangelical Church
  • Messiah College, a Christian liberal arts college in Grantham, Pennsylvania
  • Messiah complex, a state of mind in which an individual holds a belief that they are destined to become a savior

People with the surnameEdit

  • Aaron Messiah (1858-1940), French architect
  • Albert Messiah (1921–2013), French physicist and author of a classic graduate text on quantum mechanics

People with the given nameEdit

  • Messiah Marcolin (born 1967), real name Bror Jan Alfredo Marcolin, also known as Eddie Marcolin, a vocalist in the doom metal band Candlemass

See alsoEdit