There are two general ways to approach this question: based on historical evidence and inquiry or based on religious tradition.
Historical Evidence and Inquiry
The first five books of The Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) are traditionally ascribed to Moses as having written them during the Exodus from Egypt. The Bible confidently states that Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt 480 years before the fourth year of Solomon's reign, which would therefore be approximately 1444 BCE. Because archaeological evidence has made the traditional date of the Exodus untenable, some liberal Christians have suggested that the Exodus really took place shortly before 1200 BCE, when Israelites are known to have begun to arrive in the Palestinian hinterland. Modern Jews generally believe an intermediate date of round 1313 BCE.
However, biblical scholars say that Moses was not really the author of the five books, also known collectively as the Pentateuch. Scholars say they were written by a number of authors or sources over a period of several centuries during the first millennium BCE. The main sources of the Pentateuch were:
According to tradition, they were written by Moses (Deuteronomy 31:24) at God's dictation (Exodus 24:12).
The first FIVE books of the Bible, called the Pentateuch, were believed to have been written by Moses.
The Torah (first five books of the Hebrew Bible) states that it was written by Moses (Deuteronomy 31:24).
The first three books in the Old testament are Genesis , Exodus and Numbers. The first five books are written by Moses.
First five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy) known as the Torah or the Pentateuch, which is traditionally accepted to be written by Moses.
Moses, he wrote the first five books of the Bible, sometimes called the books of Moses. The authorship of the first five books of the Bible is generally attributed to Moses.
The Jewish name for the first five books of the bible is the 'Torah' scroll.
The first five books of The Bible were translated from the original Hebrew- that's a start!
The first five books in the bible, are written by Moss, so they are colled Law of Moses.
the first five books of the Bible are called the Torah (תורה). These are also the oldest books of the Bible.
The first five books of the Hebrew Bible are: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
The first five books of the Tanach (Jewish Bible) are called the Torah.
No. Quran has some accounts taken from the five books of the Bible.
one religion does not use the first five books exclusively. The Jews have different names for the first five books though, like the Pentateuch or the Torah
The first five books in the bible are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
The first five books of the "Bible", in their entirety, are a translation of the plain text of the Torah, in its entirety.
The first five books of the Bible (in the New Testament) are believed to be written by Moses.
Moses was indeed a big success and the first five books in the bible are all written by him.
The first five books of the Bible are called the Torah (תורה)
The same as in ANY Bible...first five books are called the 'Pentateuch': Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy
This question has two possible answers. The reason is that the first five Hebrew books of the Bible are not refered to as the "gospel." Only the part of the Bible that gives the accounts of the minstry of Jesus is called the gospels. The first five books of the Bible was called the Pentateuch. That refers to the first five books of the "Old Testiment," or "Hebrew Scriptures" that were written by Moses in the Hebrew language. The part of the Bible that is normally referred to as the gospels, that is, the minstry of Jesus, are the first four books of the "New Testiment," or "Greek Scriptures." This is the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
The first five books of the Bible are the Law of Pentateuch.
The Pentateuch was the first 5 books of the bible. The word is from Greek origin.
The Hebrew name for the first five books of the Bible is the Torah. It is also called the Chumash (חומש) which is a form of the Hebrew word 'five'.
The Pentateuch consists of the first five books of the Bible, and forms the first division of the Jewish Bible. The five books into which the Pentateuch is divided are respectively Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.