Crucifixion of the Jews: Book 1

INTRODUCTION

Definition: Torah et al.

The Torah refers to the Five Books of Moses (or Pentateuch).

The Torah is the first part of the 3–section TaNaKh (a.k.a.Tanach), the Jewish Canon (Holy Texts).

TaNaKh stands for –

Torah           The Law/Teachings
a.k.a              The Five Books of Moses
Neveim        Prophets
Ketuvim      Writings

The TaNaKh (a.k.a. Mikrah a.k.a. Miqra a.k.a The Masoretic
Text) is composed of 24 books.
[Christianity accepts these same 24 books as divine (or divinely–inspired), but using the same texts, albeit more sub–divisions (e.g. Samuel I and Samuel II) arrives at a higher number than 24.]

The Torah, (when bound known as a Chumash or as Chamisha
Chumshei Torah) in turn, incorporates:
Bereshit     (Genesis)
Shemot      (Exodus)
Vayikra     (Leviticus)
Bamidbar  (Numbers)
Devarim    (Deuteronomy)

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