who wrote the bible????????????????????
plain and simple answer would be great i dont really want the whole history just a name/s
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
There isn't A name, other than God's inspiration, as previously mentioned....The men who put the words down were about 40 different authors over a period of about 1600 years:
Book Author Date Written
Genesis Moses? - 1445 B.C.
Exodus Moses1445 - 1405 B.C.
Leviticus Moses 1405 B.C.
Numbers Moses 1444 - 1405 B.C.
Deuteronomy Moses1405 B.C.
Joshua Joshua 1404-1390 B.C.
Judges Samuel 1374-1129 B.C.
Ruth Samuel 1150? B.C.
First Samuel Samuel 1043-1011 B.C.
Second Samuel Ezra? 1011-1004 B.C.
First Kings Jeremiah? 971-852 B.C.
Second Kings Jeremiah? 852-587 B.C.
First Chronicles Ezra? 450 - 425 B.C.
Second Chronicles Ezra? 450 - 425 B.C.
Ezra Ezra 538-520 B.C.
Nehemiah Nehemiah 445 - 425 B.C.
Esther Mordecai? 465 B.C.
Psalms David 1000? B.C.
Sons of Korah wrote Psalms 42, 44-49, 84-85, 87; Asaph wrote Psalms 50, 73-83; Heman wrote Psalm 88; Ethan wrote Psalm 89; Hezekiah wrote Psalms 120-123, 128-130, 132, 134-136;
Solomon wrote Psalms 72, 127.
Proverbs Solomon wrote 1-29
Agur wrote 30
Lemuel wrote 31950 - 700 B.C.
Ecclesiastes Solomon 935 B.C.
Song of Solomon Solomon 965 B.C.
Isaiah Isaiah740 - 680 B.C.
Jeremiah Jeremiah627 - 585 B.C.
Lamentations Jeremiah 586 B.C.
Ezekiel Ezekiel 593-560 B.C.
Daniel Daniel 605-536 B.C.
Hosea Hosea 710 B.C.
Joel Joel 835 B.C.
Amos Amos 755 B.C.
Obadiah Obadiah 840 or 586 B.C.
Jonah Jonah 760 B.C.
Micah Micah 700 B.C.
Nahum Nahum 663 - 612 B.C.
Habakkuk Habakkuk 607 B.C.
Zephaniah Zephaniah 625 B.C.
Haggai Haggai 520 B.C.
Zechariah Zechariah 520 - 518 B.C.
Malachi Malachi 450 - 600 B.C.
Book Author Date Written (A.D)
Matthew Matthew 60's
Mark John Mark late 50's early 60's
Luke Luke 60
John John late 80's early 90's
Acts Luke 61
Romans Paul 55
1 Corinthians Paul 54
2 Corinthians Paul 55
Galatians Paul 49
Ephesians Paul 60
Philippians Paul 61
Colossians Paul 60
1 Thessalonians Paul 50 - 51
2 Thessalonians Paul 50 - 51
1 Timothy Paul 62
2 Timothy Paul 63
Titus Paul 62
Philemon Paul 60
Hebrews (Paul, Apollos, Barnabas...?)60's
James James, half brother of Jesus 40's or 50's
1 Peter Peter 63
2 Peter Peter 63 - 64
1 John John late 80's early 90's
2 John John late 80's early 90's
3 John John late 80's early 90's
Jude Jude, half brother of Jesus 60's or 70's
Revelation John late 80's early 90's
- Anonymous1 decade ago
The OT was mostly plagiarized from the Sumerian tablets. They say it was begun 1200 or 1800 BCE, but who knows since they made up the dates anyway. The NT was written over 325 years by hundreds of people but in 325 they voted on what was to be included in the bible. Mark wrote 4 gospels but they voting group decided that only one of them was divinely inspired. Who knows for sure.
- itchyLv 41 decade ago
A lot of people
Moses wrote the first five books
David wrote Psalms
Paul wrote a lot of the New Testament
Get a study Bible and it will probably tell you the author at the beginning of each book.
- fennerLv 43 years ago
no person guy or woman wrote the Bible. that's a compilation of books written via many diverse authors. lots of the books themselves are in all possibility compilations written via many diverse authors (Genesis and Exodus, as an occasion). some have faith Moses wrote the 1st 5 books, yet it is likely legend on the grounds that writing form, vocabulary, and grammar selection in the text textile. additionally, there are issues of continuous good judgment throughout the time of, which betrays the possibility that the 1st 5 books of the Bible have been written via many diverse hands. the hot testomony replaced into additionally written via many diverse human beings, likely for the time of the 1st century. besides the shown fact that, no person has get right of entry to to the unique records, we in trouble-free terms have copies of copies of copies of copies. each and every of those copies are diverse in some way, so that's impossible to pin down precisely what the unique text textile says. we are able to in trouble-free terms approximate what the unique text textile suggested. So, in a feeling, the Bible replaced into 'corrupted' with the aid of the years of its written transmission via careless or theologically inspired scribes. If God did certainly motivate the Bible, why did not God then shield the unique records so as that we could understand what they suggested? My slump is that those are very human records, written via human beings with their own theological, social, and cultural biases. those texts, in my opinion, do ingredient to God, yet they weren't authored via God. basically my opinion although. wish this helps slightly.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Judging from the self-contradicting contents and the horrors it has bought into the world (The Crusades, Witch Hunts, 9/11 Bombings[indirectly])...Some sadistic people with a very weird sense of humour...
- MPHLv 71 decade ago
God inspired man to write the Bible. You can look at any Bible and it gives the author's name.
"All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:"
- 1 decade ago
1st century camel herders