What were the first five books of bible?
Asked by Ganga gowri, 16 Nov '07 07:17 pm
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Genesis,Exodus,Leviticus,numbers and deuteronomyAnswered by venkat mani, 16 Nov '07 07:20 pm
The first five books of the Bible are sometimes called the Pentateuch which means five books. They are also known as the books of the law because they contain the laws and instruction given by the Lord through Moses to the people of Israel. These books were written by Moses, except for the last portion of Deuteronomy because it tells about the death of Moses. These five books lay the foundation for the coming of Christ in that here God chooses and brings into being the nation of Israel. As Gods chosen people, Israel became the custodians of the Old Testament, the recipients of the covenants of promise, and the channel of Messiah (1) GENESIS (The Book of Beginnings) Author: Moses Date: 1450-1410 B.C. (2) EXODUS (The Book of Redemption) Author: Moses Date: 1450-1410 B.C. (3) LEVITICUS (The Book of Holiness) Author: Moses Date: 1450-1410 B.C. (4)NUMBERS (Wilderness Wanderings) Author: Moses Date: 1450-1410 B.C. (5) DEUTERONOMY (Reiteration and Reviewing) Author: Moses ...moreAnswered by mukesh bahuguna, 16 Nov '07 08:29 pm
1. An Introduction to the Old Testament 2. Introductory Guide to the Old Testament 3. The Higher Criticism of the Pentateuch 4. A Survey of Old Testament Introduction 5. The Five Books of MosesAnswered by Ramendra Bhargava, 16 Nov '07 07:22 pm
TestamentsAnswered by sap pristine, 16 Nov '07 07:19 pm