The Old Testament Book In Hebrew & English, Jewish Christian Bible Tanach/tanakh For SaleOld Testament Hebrew Bible Book, Hebrew - English, Brand New
Soft cover small and handy, written in Hebrew with English translation. The English translation is written in very small fonts
Size (Height x Width x Thickness) : 6.7 x 4.7 x 1.6 inch / 17 x 12 x 4 cm
Weight : 1.8 lb / 0.8 kg
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According to Jewish tradition, the Tanakh consists of twenty-four books.
The Tanakh counts as one book that is sometimes counted as two in Christian Bibles (e.g. 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings and so forth), and counts Trei Asar (תרי עשר, the Twelve Prophets; though literally, "twelve") as a single book.Torah Main article: Torah
Torah (תּוֹרָה, literally "teaching") consists of five books, commonly referred to as the "Five Books of Moses." Printed versions of the Torah are often called Chamisha Chumshei Torah (חמישה חומשי תורה, literally the "five fifths of the Torah"), and informally a Chumash.
In Hebrew, the books of the Torah are identified by the first prominent word in each book. The English names are derived from the Greek names given to the books in the Septuagint, which are based on the thematic content of each of the books, as follows:1. Bereshith - Genesis2. Shemot - Exodus3. Vayikra - Leviticus4. Bamidbar - Numbers5. Devarim - Deuteronomy Nevi'im Main article: Nevi'im
Nevi'im (נְבִיאִים, "Prophets") consists of eight books. This division includes the books which, as a whole, cover the chronological era from the entrance of the Israelites into the Land until the Babylonian captivity of Judah (the "period of prophecy"). However, they exclude Chronicles, which covers the same period. The Nevi'im are often divided into the Earlier Prophets (נביאים ראשונים), which are generally historical in nature, and the Later Prophets (נביאים אחרונים), which contain more exhortational prophecies.
Although most versions of the Old Testament count the number of books as totalling 21, counting the books of Samuel and Kings as two books each, and the "Twelve Prophets" (or the minor prophets) as 12 books, Jewish tradition does not:6. (יהושע / Y'hoshua) - Joshua7. (שופטים / Shophtim) - Judges8. (שמואל / Sh'muel) - Samuel (I & II)9. (מלכים / M'lakhim) - Kings (I & II)10. (ישעיה / Y'shayahu) - Isaiah11. (ירמיה / Yir'mi'yahu) - Jeremiah12. (יחזקאל / Y'khezqel) - Ezekiel13. The Twelve Prophets (תרי עשר) a. (הושע / Hoshea) - Hoseab. (יואל / Yo'el) - Joelc. (עמוס / Amos) - Amosd. (עובדיה / Ovadyah) - Obadiahe. (יונה / Yonah) - Jonahf. (מיכה / Mikhah) - Micahg. (נחום / Nakhum) - Nahumh. (חבקוק /Havakuk) - Habakkuki. (צפניה / Ts'phanyah) - Zephaniahj. (חגי / Khagai) - Haggaik. (זכריה / Z'kharyah) - Zechariahl. (מלאכי / Mal'akhi) - Malachi Ketuvim Main article: Ketuvim
Ketuvim (כְּתוּבִים, "Writings") are sometimes also known by the Greek title "Hagiographa" and consists of 11 books. These encompass all the remaining books, and include the Five Megillot (Five Scrolls). They are sometimes also divided into such categories as Sifrei Emet (ספרי אמת, literally "Books of Truth") of Psalms, Proverbs and Job (the Hebrew names of these three books form the Hebrew word for "truth" as an acrostic, and all three books have unique cantillation marks), the "wisdom books" of Job, Ecclesiastes, and Proverbs, the "poetry books" of Psalms, Lamentations and Song of Songs, and the "historical books" of Ezra-Nehemiah and Chronicles. In the Jewish version, Ketuvim consists of 11 books, counting Ezra and Nehemiah as one book and I and II Chronicles as a single book.
The "Sifrei Emet," "Books of Truth":14. (תהלים / Tehillim) - Psalms15. (משלי / Mishlei) - Proverbs16. (איוב / Iyov) - Job
The "Five Megilot" or "Five Scrolls":17. (שיר השירים / Shir Hashirim) - Song of Songs18. (רות / Rut) - Ruth19. (איכה / Eikhah) - Lamentations20. (קהלת / Kohelet) - Ecclesiastes21. (אסתר / Esther) - Esther
The rest of the "Writings":22. (דניאל / Dani'el) - Daniel23. (עזרא ונחמיה / Ezra v'Nechemia) - Ezra-Nehemiah24. (דברי הימים / Divrei Hayamim) - Chronicles (I & II)
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