Everything about The Torah in The Bible
Torah (meaning ‘instruction’ or ‘law’ in Hebrew) is often identified as the ‘Pentateuch’. The Torah is the first five parts of the Hebrew Bible (the Tanakh), which is the founding religious document of Judaism.
The Holy scriptures that form the Torah are ancient and remain the collection of five sacred books: The book of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
Outside of its central significance in Judaism, the Torah is accepted by Christianity as part of the Bible, comprising the first five books of the Old Testament. For that reason, the typical point of view of the Holy Bible for the layman, is a collection of sacred scriptures of both Judaism and Christianity.
The Christian Bible is divided into two parts: The first part called the Old Testament, containing the 39 books of Hebrew Scripture, and the second portion called the New Testament, containing a set of 27 books of which there is the Gospel and the life of Christ.
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