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Is the book of Isaiah in the tanakh?

Yes, it is. Here are the contents of the Tanakh: The Jewish holy book is the Tanakh (Jewish Bible), containing the Torah and the prophetic books.   Tanakh is a Hebrew ac (MORE)

Why is the tanakh important to Jews?

Tanakh represents both the words of the prophets and the history of the Jewish nation. It is the foundation upon which three world religions exist. To be ignorant of Tanakh is (MORE)

Where does the tanakh come from?

israel    Answer:  The Torah (the Five Books of Moses): According to tradition, the  Torah was given by God to Moses (Exodus 24:12) in 1312 BCE. Moses  taught it to (MORE)
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What is the difference between the Torah and the Tanakh?

The TeNaKh is acronym for Torah, Nevi'im & Ketuvim.Torah means instruction or teaching. Torah contains the 5 books (Pentateuch) of Moses Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers an (MORE)

How many books are in the tanakh?

The Tanakh has 24 books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,  Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah,  Ezekiel, the Twelve Minor Prophets (Hosea, Joel (MORE)

Which takes precedence the Tanakh or the Talmud?

Answer 1 There is no question of precedence. The Tanakh is the presumed fundamental authority that underpins everything that goes on in Talmud. When a question is resolved in (MORE)

Does archaeology support the Tanakh?

Yes. . Archaeological finds, such as the Ugarit documents and those ofNuzu, Mari, Susa, Ebla, and Tel el-Amarna, have repeatedly causeddoubters to retract specific claims. T (MORE)

What books of the tanakh are not in the bible?

There is no part of the Tanakh that is not present in the Christian Old Testament (even in its shortest editions). However, the Christian Old Testament has a different book-or (MORE)

Who wrote the Tanakh?

The Torah was transcribed by Moses, but spoken by God. Other partsof Tanach were written by various prophets and kings. Answer 2 . The Torah (the Five Books of Moses): (MORE)

What was the text of Dan Galilee's article on archaeology and the Tanakh?

"Although critics contended that the Bible is unhistorical anduntrustworthy, time and time again, the archaeological recordsupports places, times, and events mentioned in Scri (MORE)