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  1. 66 Books of the Bible list – New Testament The New Testament is divided into 4 literary genres: Gospels, History, Epistles (Letters), and Prophecy. New Testament Books – Gospels Matthew Mark Luke John New Testament Books – History Acts New Testament Books – Epistles Romans 1 & 2 Corinthians Galatians Ephesians Philippians Colossians

    • Genesis. Genesis answers two big questions: “How did God’s relationship with the world begin?” and “Where did the nation of Israel come from?” Author: Traditionally Moses, but the stories are much older.
    • Exodus. God saves Israel from slavery in Egypt, and then enters into a special relationship with them. Author: Traditionally Moses.
    • Leviticus. God gives Israel instructions for how to worship Him. Author: traditionally Moses.
    • Numbers. Israel fails to trust and obey God, and wanders in the wilderness for 40 years. Author: Traditionally Moses.
  2. As of October of 2018, all sixty six books of the bible were finished. Much time has been devoted to the gathering of the enclosed information. I am but a simple lay person with a deep desire to educate those who are honestly seeking the truth.

  3. The 66 Books of the Bible can be split into nine sections: Law; Old Testament Narrative; Wisdom Literature; Major Prophets; Minor Prophets; New Testament... KJVNKJVNLTNIVESVCSBNASB20NASB95.

    • Genesis. Genesis is the first book in the list of the books of the Bible in chronological sequence. It is also the first one in the first major division of the Hebrew Bible, called the “Torah.”
    • Exodus. The book is anonymous, but tradition and many scholars consider Moses to be the author of Exodus. Refer to the Genesis discussion above for more information about the authorship of the whole Pentateuch.
    • Leviticus. The book doesn’t identify its author, but tradition and most scholars agree that Moses wrote Leviticus. Refer to the Genesis discussion above for more information about the authorship of the whole Pentateuch.
    • Numbers. Most scholars agree with the tradition that says that Moses wrote the book of Numbers. Refer to the Genesis discussion above for more information about the authorship of the whole Pentateuch.
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