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Moses, Joshua, Samuel, Gad, Nathan, Jeremiah, Ezra, Nehemiah, Mordecai, (David, Asaph, Heman + possibly others unnamed wrote the Psalms), Solomon, Agur, Lemuel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, James, Peter and Jude.
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Who wrote The Bible?

A group of bishops in the council at Carthage in 397 A.D assembled the Bible. The actual books and chapters are credited to various prophets, apostles and disciples. But, the book as a whole was created by an assembly. They wanted to collect the most important Christian writings and histories into a ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Book of Numbers in the Bible?

Moses wrote the book of Numbers mainly. He did not write the whole book however there were a few other authors. A: . The Book of Numbers is traditionally attributed to Moses, although it both repeats and contradicts other books also attributed to him. . The Book of Numbers obviously was writt ( Full Answer )

Who wrote many of the letters in the Bible?

A: Thirteen letters, or epistles, are attributed to St Paul, while seven epistles have traditionally been attributed to four of the twelve disciples of Jesus. However, the consensus of scholars is that of the epistles attributed to Paul, only Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Philemon, Galati ( Full Answer )

Who wrote most of the psalms in the Bible?

King David wrote the majority of Psalms. Answer Most of the psalms are traditionally attributed to King David. However, scholars say they are a genre that did not exist at the time of David. In the form we now see, most of the psalms are believed to have been written anonymously over a period of m ( Full Answer )

Who wrote King James Bible?

Fifty-four scholars were appointed for the King James translation in 1604, however, it is believed that only forty-seven actually worked on the translation.

Who are the people who wrote the Bible?

The Writers of the Biblical Books A variety of people are credited for taking pen to paper and, allegedly under inspiration from the Holy Spirit, writing the 66 books of the Bible. (That number omits the Apocrypha and Deuterocanonical books found in many Catholic Bibles.) The Old Testament books in ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the first English Bible?

Answer: The Bible was never 'written' in English as such - only translated from the original Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament).John Wycliff translated the first Bible into English in the 1380s from the Latin version (the Latin Vulgate). This was a hand-written Bible as printing would ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Book of Esther in the Bible?

The authorship of the book of Esther is a subject of debate.According to Rashi on Chapter 9, verse 20 of the book, Mordecai wasthe author. However, the Talmud in Baba Batra 15a ascribes the bookto the Anshei Knesset HaGedola (the men of the great assembly). Answer The Book of Esther purports to ex ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Book of Job in the Bible?

It is entirely unknown who wrote the Book of Job. Some scholars suggest that it is in fact the oldest book in Old Testament (and thus in the Bible itself). It is probably based on a poem Ludlul bel nemeqi from Akkadia about 1000 years earlier. A: R. N. Whybray ( The World of Ancient Israel: S ( Full Answer )

Who in the Bible were the 40 great men who wrote the Bible and what are the books they wrote?

The Bible is a collection of books added together. There were around forty men who wrote the books that make up the sixty-six books of the Bible. What is interesting is that the men didn't make up what they wrote for the Bible. They simply wrote what God told them to write (see the 1st book of Timot ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the most books of the Bible?

Modern scholars credit the anonymous author now known as the Deuteronomist with writing a total of seven books: Deuteronomy , Joshua , Judges , 1 Samuel , 2 Samuel , 1 Kings and 2 Kings . The apostle Paul is traditionally credited with writing thirteen books, but there is a near-consens ( Full Answer )

How old was Timothy when he wrote in the Bible?

Timothy didn't write the books of Timothy. It was a letter from Paul to Timothy. I don't know how old he was. Someone said he was in his 30's, but I don't know

Who actually wrote The Bible?

Answer 1 Nobody wrote the Bible. The Bible is based on accounts from many different people like Luke, Mark, Matthew, John. Answer 2 The Bible was written by 40+ different authors from various backgrounds over a 4000+ year period. Some scholars disagree, but among the authors are figures lik ( Full Answer )

Why were there no women who wrote the Bible?

Women though they were able to stand for God's purpose on earth were not able to come as a head over their Husbands due to the events in Genesis at the fall of mankind. This is not realy a man woman ability thing, it's more obidience to the possition. Many women though not with pen and ink but wit ( Full Answer )

The 40 men who wrote the bible lived in how many countries?

It's not certain that exactly 40 people wrote the Bible. They would have lived in the Middle East, around what is now Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Egypt, Iraq. Don't forget that that whole area has been under many different rulers; borders and names of areas have changed many times over the hundr ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Bible or Injil?

Muslims believe, as God said in Quran (Muslims Holy book), that the Bible (or Injil) is God revelation to Jesus. However, the current texts, with current languages, were written by the close companions to Jesus (peace be upon him) or to his followers. For more information on who wrote the Old Tes ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Book of Kings in the Bible?

A: The book of Kings (now produced as two books, 1 Kings and 2Kings) is part of the Deuteronomic History, written by an anonymousauthor now known as the Deuteronomist or 'D' source, because he isseen as the principal source of the Book of Deuteronomy. A: Theauthor is unknown, but Jewish tradition ho ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the book of Colossians in the Bible?

The book of Colossians 1:1-2 tells us that the writer wasPaul, who was accompanied by Timothy. He wrote the letter to theColossian congregation from Rome around 60-61CE. On the other hand, Fr. Raymond E. Brown, a member of the Vatican's Roman Pontifical Biblical Commission , says that, of thethir ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the latin Bible?

The Latin version of the Bible was translated by Jerome. It is called the Vulgate and was the official Catholic Bible up until very recently.

Who wrote the last Bible?

The same people who wrote the first Bible. The Last book of the Bible (which is a biblios or library of 66 books) is Revelations which was written by St, John the Apostle on the Island of Patmos around 100 A.D.

Who wrote the original version of the Bible?

God is the author of the words in Scripture. It began orally in the Garden of Eden between God and Man. It may have been written on tablets as one theory surmises. It was codified by Moses during the Exodus period and continued onwards until the final chapter, the Book of Revelations was completed b ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Catholic version of the Bible?

It comes from the same source and most of it is the same. Genesis,Exodus, Psalms, Isaiah, and all of the other books that we have inthe Protestant Old Testament are in the Catholic bible. They are inthe same form and contain the same words, additionally The NewTestament is identical in both bibles. ( Full Answer )

What Gentile wrote a book in Bible?

Luke, the author of Luke and Acts is commonly considered to havebeen a Gentile. If you really mean non-Jew, then all of the New Testament booksexcept those written by Matthew, maybe 1 Peter, and Paul wouldqualify. The author of Hebrews is unknown, and some of the minorbooks of Paul have contested a ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the pages in the bible?

Moses wrote Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy(except maybe the final summary that could have been written by Joshua) according to tradition. Joshua was written by Joshua(except possibly the ending, that could be written by Phinehas the high priest). According to Jewish tradition J ( Full Answer )

What year was the first bible wrote?

Well we don't know when the actual Bible was written but what we do know is that the first Bible to be written in English was written in the 1380's. It was written by John Wycliffe who was an Oxford Professor, scholar and theologian.

Would the 40 people who wrote the Bible make the Bible true?

Just who did write the Bible is a matter of dispute, and even of debate among biblical scholars. Nevertheless, no matter who wrote the Bible, it does not make the Bible true. We may never know if there is any divine truth in the Bible, but we do know there is much that, for whatever reason, is not h ( Full Answer )

Who wrote each book of the Bible?

Old Testament Books of Law Genesis - Moses Exodus - Moses Leviticus - Moses Numbers - Moses Deuteronomy - Moses Books of History Joshua - Believed to be written by Joshua Judges - Samuel Ruth - Samuel 1 Samuel - Samuel and Isaiah 2 Samuel - Isaiah 1 Kings - Isaiah 2 Kin ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the bible what his name?

There are many authors who wrote the old and new testament through out the history of the world, ultimately the Christian God is the author of the Bible..

Who wrote the books inside the bible?

Different people wrote different ones. Exactly who wrote what depends on who you ask. In general, each book has a "traditional" author and at least one other candidate (whose name we may not know). One reason for this is that some scholars refuse to believe in, for example, prophecy. So a book that ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Geneva Bible?

During the reign of Queen Mary I of England (1553 - 1558), a number of Protestant scholars fled from England to Geneva in Switzerland, which was then ruled as a republic in which John Calvin andTheodore Beza provided the primary spiritual and theological leadership. Among these scholars was William ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the Bible book of Isaiah?

Name of Book: Isaiah Writer(s): Isaiah Place Written: Jerusalem Writing Completed (B.C.E.): a. 732 Time Covered (B.C.E.): c. 778-a. 732

Who wrote the name of the Bible?

It appears the phrase 'biblia sacra' first appeared in the Middle Ages. It was put on the front of the King James Bible in 1611. The Greek word 'biblios/biblia' simply means book(s).

Who wrote First John in the Bible?

The Apostle John is understood to be the writer of this letter. His theme of love is prevalent in all of his writings.

Who wrote Psalm 10 in the bible?

Most likely David , since (according to the 'superscriptions') the surrounding Psalms are all by David.

Who originally wrote the Gutenberg bible?

The Gutenberg Bible was the first book in recorded history to be printed, but was written by the original writers of the individual books.

Is there any proof that the 40 men who wrote the Bible received their writings from God?

A: It is only tradition that says forty men wrote the Bible, since many of the books were either written anonymously or pseudepigraphically. In any case, there is no evidence that any of the authors was inspired by God or received the word of God. The evidence of the Bible itself is that the variou ( Full Answer )

Which religions wrote the bible?

The Old Testament comes from the writings of people of the Jewish faith. The New Testament comes from the writing of people of the Christian faith. The two are brought together because Christ is the fulfillment of the prophesies made by God to the Jews as documented in the Old Testament.

Who wrote act out of the bible?

The books "The Acts of the Apostles" and "The Gospel According toSt. Luke" were both said to have been written by a physician namedLuke. Luke was likely a disciple of the Apostle Paul. It isprobable that the books of Luke and Acts were actually two parts ofthe same document, addressed to one Theophi ( Full Answer )

Who wrote the shortest book in the Bible?

The shortest book of the bible (including books of the New Testament) with fewest words 3 John --- 1 chapter, 14 verses with 299 words, and 2 John --- 1 chapter, 13 verses, 303 words with the fewest verses. The author of those 2 books is the apostle John. The smallest book of the Old Testament is O ( Full Answer )

Who wrote Bad Girls of the Bible?

The book "Bad Girls of the Bible" was written by Liz Curtis Higgs. It was published in 1999 and relates the stories of the female characters found in the Bible who have less than perfect lives, and illustrates how the reader can understand and learn from their mistakes.

Who wrote Amos in the Bible?

This book in the Hebrew Bibles is called "Sepher Amos", the Book ofAmos; and, in the Vulgate Latin and Syriac versions, the Prophecyof Amos. This person, Amos is not the father of Isaiah, as some say. Thereare no family details regarding, Amos except that this man was acountry farmer and herdsman.

Who wrote the Jehovah Witness Bible and when?

Jehovah's Witnesses don't have their own bible. They prefer to use a translation from the Hebrew-aramic and greek scriptures that was originally writted by famous bible figures such as Moses, Paul, John and Joshua. So in reality, the bible that Jehovah's witnesses use is the same as the ones that w ( Full Answer )