Holy Tanakh is the Jewish Bible and is a sacred text of Judaism.
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Tanakh (also spelt Tanach or Tenach) is an acronym for the three parts of the Hebrew Bible, based upon the initial Hebrew letters of each part:
Torah ("The Law"; also: Teaching or Instruction, Chumash - "The five", also Pentateuch or The five books of Moses)
Nevi'im ("The Prophets")
Ketuvim ("The Writings" or "Hagiographa")
The Tanakh is also called Mikra or Miqra.
According to the Jewish tradition, the Tanakh consists of twenty-four books (enumerated below). The Torah has five books, Nevi'im contains eight books, and Ketuvim has eleven.
These twenty-four books are the same books found in the Protestant Old Testament, but the order of the books is different. The enumeration differs as well: Christians count these books as thirty-nine, not twenty-four. This is because Jews often count as a single book what Christians count as several.
The Catholic and Orthodox Old Testaments contain six books not included in the Tanakh. They are therefore called deuterocanonical books.
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