Where did the name "bible'' come from?
What was the name of the Isrealite leader?
Who was the king of the Israelites?
What are the 3 forms of the scriptures?
Jewish, Catholic and Protestant
Why doesn't the Jewish version of the scriptures include Christian Testament?
It shows Jesus as the Messiah
What translation is the Catholic Version of the scriptures based off from?
The greek translation
How many books does the Catholic scriptures contain that the Jewish scriptures do not?
The Protestant edition of the Hebrew Testament does not include what book?
The first 5 books of the Old Testament is called the what?
What are the 5 books of the Pentateuch?
Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteromy
When the Pentateuch is on a scroll, it is called what?
What does "Torah" mean?
In what year was the Old Testament completed?
How many books are in the Old Testament?
The Jewish historical books that was recorded in Greek is called?
In what language was the New Testament written in?
What was the New Testament recorded on?
The 27 books that was identified by the bishop of Alexandria?
Canon of New Testament scripture
How was the Apocrypha viewed as?
It was seen neither inspired or Jewish historical writings
The Protestants did not keep the Apocrypha in their Bibles
The Greek name that is translated to seventy is called?
Catholics kept the 12-14 of the Apocrypha books
The last day during the Christmas season was called what?
How many quotes are from the Old Testament?
Many of Jesus Christ and the apostles quotes came from what book?
This book is to describe spritual texts contained in Hebrew bible?
What is another name for Hebrew bible?
These are texts of unknown writings where the writer/auothor is questioned?
These books is to describe certain books and passages of the Christian bible?
In what book does the Deuterocanical exist in?
2 prophetical books in the Hebrew bible is called?
What does Neviim mean in english?
What are the last 3 sections of the bible?
What does Ketuvim mean?
The name of the Hebrew scriptures is called ?
What does TANAKH stand for?
Torah, Neviim and Ketuvim
How many books are in the Tanakh?
39 Protocanon books
How many books are in the Septuagint?
39 Protocanon books & 46 Deuterocanon books
What is the greek word for bible?
When the ancient Hebrew scrolls were created they used pigs to make them?
Protestant edition of the Hebrew Testament does not include the deuterocanonical books?
There are how many laws in the Torah
The Hebrew bible other name is called?
These are books are Deuterocanonical scripture text: Tobit, Judith, Esther, Wisdom of Solmon, Sirach, Ecclesiasticus, Baruch, Daniel, 1&2 Maccabees?
These books are books from Apocryphal book: 1&2 Esdras, Prayer of Manasses