- Learn a little, think a lot about religions
- Allah revealed The Quran to Mohammed. • Jews worship “Yahweh” (Jehovah) as the one true God (Deuteronomy 6:4). The Hebrew Tanakh is similar to the Christian Old Testament, including the Law or Torah, Prophets or Nevi'im, and Writings or Ketuvim.
- Core Curriculum Rethought: Yeshiva College Announces Changes to Required Courses
- One of these Bible requirements will be a Nevi'im or Ketuvim course, focusing on a biblical text from the Prophets or Writings.
- Why Is the Talmud in Aramaic?
- In fact, the Jerusalem Talmud1 notes that Aramaic is found in all three sections of the Bible: the Torah (five books of Moses),2 Nevi'im (prophets)3 and Ketuvim (writings).4. Eventually, during the Middle Aramaic period (approximately 200 BCE–200 CE), ...
- Women Prophets in the Bible: Remembering the Oft Forgotten
- To be sure, there are two books of the Hebrew Bible that are named after women, Ruth and Esther (in the Ketuvim of the Hebrew Bible). But these two women are not referred to in Holy Writ as prophets.
Ketuvim is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Ketuvim books and related discussion.
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