The problem is that Verse 1 says that the author, Jude, the 'slave' of Jesus, when a brother would naturally mention his relationship to Jesus, so this surely rules him out as the brother (or half-brother) of Jesus. Verse 17 speaks of the apostles as if the author was not one of them, so this also rules out Jude as the apostle Jude.
Verse 17 also tells us that the apostles had spoken of these things beforehand, verse 18-19 speak of things that were once told about the mockers of Jude's time, while verse 3 tells us that the Christian faith was once (long ago) passed on to the saints, all of which confirm that this epistle was written during the second century, long after the apostles and the brothers of Jesus were dead. The book was clearly not written by either of the persons called Jude mentioned in the gospels, and so neither Jude wrote any book in The Bible.
Jude, the brother of Jesus, wrote only one book of the Bible: Jude
Judas also known as Jude. Wrote the Bible book of Jude.
Only one Bible book was written by Jude, the one that bears his name.
philemon and jude
James the Lesser, John, Jude, Matthew, and Simon Peter all have books in the Bible with their name.
Jude , revelation , psalms, proverbs
John the Baptist did not write any of the books of the Bible
Jude Watson wrote books 4 and 6 in the 39 Clues series. She also wrote one - fourth of book 11.
Obadiah, Philemon, II John, III John and Jude.
There are 21 letters written in the New Testament. Romans to Jude
The last five books in the Bible (and in the New Testament) are in this order: 1 John 2 John 3 John Jude Revelation
Jude was the brother of Jesus.
The word "epistle" means "letter." There are twenty-one such books in the New Testament of the Bible, from Romans through Jude.
John Bunyan didn't write any books of the bible.
There are five books in the Bible that are a single chapter:ObadiahPhilemon2 John3 JohnJude
God directly wrote no books but He inspired all of the writers of the Bible.
Obadiah, Jude, Philemon, 2nd and 3rd John.
A:The Books of Proverbas and Ecclesiastes are traditionally attributed to King Solomon, as well as several psalms, but scholars say that this was not the case. Solomon did not write any books of the Bible.
jesus did not write any of the books in the bible.