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Author: Lucille Zayas
ISBN13: 978-0976561903
Title: The Pentateuch
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Publisher: Fishbowl International (January 23, 2005)
Pages: 52

The Pentateuch by Lucille Zayas



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THE PENTATEUCH Titles, divisions, contents The first five books of the Bible together constitute a unity in themselves, and the group was known to the Jews as the Torah, or the Law. The earliest reliable witness to this title is to be found in the preface to the Book of Ecclesiasticus and when the Christian era opened the term was already in common use (Lk 10:26; cf. 24:44).

Pentateuch means the first five books of the Bible. These books are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. The word Pentateuch comes from two Greek words that mean "five books" or "five scroll". According to tradition, the books were written by the Israelite leader, Moses. The Pentateuch is often called the Five Books of Moses or the Torah

The word Pentateuch is a Greek term meaning "five scrolls" and refers to the five scrolls which comprise the Torah and which also comprise the first five books of the Christian Bible. These five books contain a variety of genres and were constructed from source material created over the course of millennia. The tradition among believers has always been that Moses personally wrote the five books of the Pentateuch. In fact, the Pentateuch has in the past been referred to as the Biography of Moses (with Genesis as a prolog). Nowhere in the Pentateuch, however, does any text ever claim that Moses is the author of the entire work.

Leviticus is the book of worship and communion, the proper exercise of the redeemed. Numbers speaks of the experiences of a pilgrim people, the redeemed passing through a hostile scene to a promised inheritance. Deuteronomy, retrospective and prospective, is a book of instruction for the redeemed about to enter that inheritance.

What is the Pentateuch, and what does the word mean? How significant is the Pentateuch for an overall understanding of the teachings of the Bible? . Authors William LaSor, David Hubbard and Frederic Bush in their textbook Old Testament Survey state: The ‘Pentateuch’ is made up of the first five books of the Old Testament-Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. This word derives from Gk. Pentateuchos, ‘five-volume (book). Jews call the books the ‘Torah’ (. ‘instruction’) often rendered in English as ‘Law. Nehemiah 8:8 states: ‘So they read distinctly from the book, in the Law of God; and they gave the sense, and helped them to understand the reading.

The next installment in the Zayas Old Testament Series. An in depth exploration of the books comprising the Pentateuch.