1 TIM 3:16 and 1 JOHN 5:7b-8a Plus More Open http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_Historical_Account_of_Two_Notable_Corruptions_of_Scripture  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1_John_5:7 

                                               1-TIM-316-Corrupted.htm See More Words Changed in THE Bible Open BibleWordsChanged. 


GOD-was manifest in the flesh was intentionally done to support the Trinity Doctrine

Compare the penalty for doing this in Rev-22-16-21.htm 

Jesus is He the Antecedent in 1Timothy 3:16




1 TIM 3:16 GOD-was manifest in the flesh. Reads The King James Version when it was originally He, the antecedent of a few verses up Read  13 to  16  For those who serve well purchase a good rank for themselves and much boldness in the faith of Yeshua R/in AllCaps The Messiah.

14I have written these things to you, as I hope that I shall soon come to you, 15 But if I delay, that you may know how it is necessary to behave in the household of God, which is the church of THE LIVING GOD, the pillar and foundation of the truth. 16And this Mystery of Righteousness is truly great, which was revealed in the flesh and was justified in The Spirit; He appeared to Angels and was preached among the Gentiles; He was trusted in the world and he ascended into glory.

From Aramaic Bible in Plain English (©2010)

Plus more From NIV Accuracy Defined & Illustrated  R/in http://www.biblica.com/uploads/pdf-files/NIV_MCT.pdf 

http://www.elijahproject.net/tniv2.html  "He" is a pronoun that refers to a noun or antecedent.

Some Bibles replaced the word He which stands for Jesus with GOD to fit their Imaginary Concepts of Homoousion-Theology (2) Is about 1 JOHN 5:7b-8a  (3) Proverbs 8:22 is

(1)   1TIM 3:16 He appeared in a body. (NIV) was manifest in the flesh.

GOD-was manifest in the flesh. (KJV) The King James Version Authorized by King James And not the 54 Bible Scholars that worked on it. King James wouldn’t allow the Scholars to add accurate foot-notes explaining what certain verses really

Because it took away His right to rule over the Church References R/in Footer Jpg & Get the details in Kings and

Rulers thinking they are anointed by GOD open The So Called Divine Right Of Kings.htm


New International Version

Why does the NIV read "He" instead of "GOD " (KJV)? Are you denigrating Jesus' deity?

No major Greek manuscript earlier than the eighth or ninth century reads "God."

All the ancient versions concur.' Compare the treatments of John 1:18 and Luke 2:33, 43 above.

1 TIM 3:16 KJV

And without controversy great is (5748) the mystery of godliness: God was manifest (5681) in the flesh, justified (5681) in the Spirit, seen (5681) of angels, preached (5681) unto the Gentiles, believed on (5681) in the world, received up (5681) into glory.


1 TIM 3:16 The New American Standard Bible

By common confession, great is the mystery of godliness: He who was revealed in the flesh, Was vindicated in the Spirit, Seen by angels, Proclaimed among the nations, Believed on in the world, Taken up in glory. ALSO See Godhead

(1)   Study the history of the word Godhead and you will be enlightened to the fact that (the word Godhead) is not an original Bible Manuscript word

(2)   But a Fabrication Open Godhead  representatives of a large class of abstract substantives, Compare (open Implied)-Details in Godhead


New International Version1 Timothy 3:16 NIV1 Timothy 2View this Chapter1 Timothy 4

16Beyond all question, the mystery of godliness is great: He[a] appeared in a body,[b] was vindicated by the Spirit, was seen by angels,

 was preached among the nations, was believed on in the world, was taken up in glory.

(2) 1 JOHN 5:7b-8a

For there are three that testify. the Spirit, the water and the blood,~ and the three are in agreement ...(NM­For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three ore one. And there are three that bear witness in earth ... (KJV).

Why does the NIV not include the additional words at the end of verse 7 and the beginning of verse $ (see KJV)?

The extra words in the KJV rendering of this passage are among the most poorly attested of all the disputed verses in the KJV and Textus Receptus. The addition is not found in any Greek manuscript or English h translation until the sixteenth century, and most scholars agree that it is a forgery

. (KJV). 1 John 5:6-8 [ Verse 7 in Original: Greek ]
             [ Read Chapter | Discuss these Verses ]

6 This is (5748) he that came (5631) by water and blood, even Jesus Christ; not by water only, but by water and blood. And it is (5748) the Spirit that beareth witness (5723), because the Spirit is (5748) truth. For there are (5748) three that bear record (5723) in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are (5748) one. 8 And there are (5748) three that bear witness (5723) in earth, the Spirit, and the water, and the blood: and these three agree (5748) in one.


New International Version 1 John 5:7-8 NIV1 John 4View this Chapter2 John 1

7For there are three that testify: 8the[a] Spirit, the water and the blood; and the three are in agreement.

Footnotes:1 John 5:8 Late manuscripts of the Vulgate testify in heaven: the Father, the Word and the Holy Spirit, and these three are one. 8 And there are three that testify on earth: the (not found in any Greek manuscript before the sixteenth century)


Sbt- Note -those who do not confess Jesus Christ came in the flesh-That would include people that believe the Spurious-

  God was manifest in the flesh ,.(KJV). Then Teach it as Truth –That Constitutes a Form of Open AntiChrist.htm   AND    1John4plus.htm 


NIV’S Are Trinitarians And They Can’t Deny the Truth of These Three Verses-1TIMOTHY 3:16

Plus --1 JOHN 5:7b-8a------->< Proverbs 8:22 ;(Open  possessed-- word=Qanah -0511 And Strong's Number:  03205- Open beget

Accuracy Defined & Illustrated                                         Page 65

(3) Proverbs 8:22 is a passage that contains two different issues reflecting new insights from Ugaritic. First, the word traditionally rendered "possess" (qanah) is attested in Ugaritic with the meaning "create, bring forth"; and the NN reflected this new insight in its translation of Genesis 14:19, 22, where the traditional translation was kept in the footnote. Similarly in Proverbs 8:22 the new meaning was expressed in the text while the traditional rendering was retained in the footnote, thus leaving it more open to the christological view of some interpreters. 12

Second, the word translated "way" (derek) is attested in Ugaritic with a range of meaning, including "dominion" or "work," which can fit in this context along with the new meaning found for qanah ("create"). 13 New light on drk also eexplains the NIV translation of Amos 8:14, where it is rendered "god" (with a footnote, "power"). Apparently derek was an epithet for the deity, &quuot;the power of Beersheba," but other suggestions have also been made far understanding this verse.

Another well-known example of Ugaritic's illumination of the Hebrew text is found in Psalm 68:5(4), where ba 'rd bot is translated in the KJV as "upon the heavens," which must have been a guess from the context, since this word normally signifies "desert."

This title of the Lord must be coompared with the Ugaritic epithet of Baal, "rider of the clouds [ `rpt]." This interchange of labials is not a serious problem, since it is not without parallel within Semitic (and other) languages. In this case the NN kept "desert" in the footnote, since this reading is not impossible here; the same was done by NASB, NEB, RSV.

In Proverbs 26:23 the KJV translated kese p sigim as "silver dross," whichh does not make much sense in this context, as many have noted. We would expect, not dross, but something more like a coating of glaze to cover the potsherd in this proverb. We can redivide the consonants and understand the first letter as the prefixed preposition and the remaining letters as matching the Hittite word zapzagu ("glaze"). It is also found in Ugaritic as spsg and is listed in the new Hebrew lexicon, KB.31'he final mem, may be the so-called enclitic mem or a case of dittography, as the <neext word begins with mem


Proverbs 7  View this ChapterProverbs 9

    22 "The LORD brought me forth as the first of his works, [a] , [b]
       before his deeds of old;

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He-not YHWH-Study THE-ALPHAandTheOMEGA.htm




 Tyndale’s Commentary Conclusion on 2 Timothy 3: 16 With SBT Added Notes Follows.

SBT Compared Conclusion Notes on 2 Tim 3:16 and studied Greek Scriptures Written During from 33 to 65 C.E. plus more. For the full Tyndale’s article pageopen Tyndale.cam.ac.ukcompare/scripture Conclusion index  Home

Tyndale’s Commentary and Sbt’s Follows

 Use of the conclusive category seems to be a dogmatic stand. It may be safe to say that the writers of the various books of the Bible were inspired by Yahweh to write. In some places, the specific words of Yahweh have been quoted. There are scholars who believe that these words were created by the writers since there was a time element from the actual event to the writing. There are those who believe that, even though the writers were inspired of God, they were allowed to use their own style of writing. Scholars of today have noted the styles of the various writers. To say that Yahweh dictated the words of the whole Bible would indicate that there is a lack of understanding of the writing process of the Scriptures.

Is the Bible the Word of God, or does it contain the Word of God? Let us look at a few examples. In Job 1: 9-11 are the words of Satan. Again, in Matthew 4: 3, 6, and 9, the words of Satan are quoted. In parts of 1 Corinthians 7, Paul states that some of what he says is from the Lord, but some of it is not from the Lord. In Song of Solomon 6: 8, 9, there seems to be no repentance at breaking the seventh commandment that was given through Moses. This is a concern, based on what Christians see as the underlining meaning of this book, for example, God and the Church being represented. Are any of these the Words of Yahweh, even though they appear in the Bible? Did He inspire both the speaker and the writer to use these words? Although there are many more illustrations of the conclusive category with upper case "s," it does not necessarily follow that this is the correct translation.

The term God-breathed is virtually the same as inspired by God. However, the first term also has the connotation of being spoken or dictated directly. This is a concept that many Christians have today in regard to the origin of the books of the Bible. The second term expresses more the transmission through the mind of the recipient. This allows for the writer to have used his own style as he wrote.

The writers interpreted what they were inspired to write. Memory of events was also involved. Copyists wrote what they saw as they read or what they heard as the Scriptures were dictated. Translators brought the Scriptures from one language and culture to another. Credit is due to all who were involved in the process of bringing the texts of the ancient writings to us today. However, it is obvious that changes and errors have occurred.

I leave the reader to examine the various ways in which 2 Timothy 3: 16 has been translated and to determine what Paul really meant. Was he referring to the accepted Scriptures in existence? Was he referring also to those that were written in his day and later canonized? Was he referring to future writings that would be inspired by God for the benefit of various peoples? His specific instruction to Timothy involved what we might consider as Old Testament writings. However, was he also speaking to the future in verses 16 and 17? Is it possible that Yahweh might send forth more Scripture than what has been included in the Bible? If yes, are we able to discern what is and what is not of Yahweh? If no, do we really understand the Bible, or are we limiting Scripture?

SBT Compared Conclusion Notes on 2 Tim 3:16 and studied Greek Scriptures Written During from 33 to 65 C.E. plus more.

Tyndale --I leave the reader to examine the various ways in which 2 Timothy 3: 16

                          has been translated and to determine what Paul really meant.

SBT Notes Concerning 1 Corinthians 7 and all the Greek Verses (NT) to 2 Tim 3:15-17 (including Rom/15-4 ) then From 66 to 98 C.E. Rev - 22:16-6-19 click In Context Revelation/22-16.htm see References in Imitate.htm. Knowing when Books of the Greek Scriptures were written helps to understand the full meaning of 2 Tim 3:16. 2 Tim & Jude Were written and completed in the year 65 C.E.---Before the deconstruction of the Jerusalem in 70 C.E .So that is all scripture until that time. When(future) scripture was written by John and that completed the entire Bible some 31 to 33 years later. John wrote His Gospel and 1 2 3 John in 98 C.E. and Rev in 96 C.E.—All book dates listed below. It is reasonable to believe that even though God may not inspired Paul and other Bible writers word for word but put thoughts similar in their minds that influenced them to write what they did in certain verses –God approved what they wrote (Their Thoughts) or Style of the expression on the verse—and that constitutes all verses inspired by God just as 2 Tim 3:16reads. Plus--After all—all Humans are made in God’s Image and have Free-Will (FREEasGOD) of thought and expression—Adam and Eve had FREE-Will and Cain proved His FREE-Will to reject God’s council at Gen Chapter 4 and freely killed his Brother (the first killing) Plus God can not lie--Ref in GwGpnc Rule.htm Plus one meaning of inspired is influences open-dictionary.reference.com/browse/inspired

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GEB -> Study Notes on 4:6 
GSB -> Study Notes on 4:6 
JFB -> Commentary on 4:6 
MHC-COM -> Commentary on 4:6 
MHC-CON -> Commentary on 4:6 
TSK -> Commentary on 4:6 TSK -> Entry for 4:6 
WEN -> Notes on 4:6 
NTB -> Abel; Anger; Cain; Consecration;Envy

; Jealousy; Martyrdom; Religion; Will
TTT -> Anger
EBD -> Abel
SBD -> Abel


Then the LORD said to Cain, "Why are you angry ? And why has your countenance fallen ?

(8804) hMlw jl hrx (8804) hMl ayq-l) hwhy rm)Yw (8799) jynp Wlpn

 Genesis 4:6-7 - [Verse 6 in Original Hebrew]

6 Then the LORD said to Cain, "Why are you angry? And why has your countenance fallen? 7 "If you do well, will F72 not {your countenance} be lifted up? And R94 if you do not do well, sin is crouching at the door; and its desire is for you, but R95 you must master it."


8 Cain told F73 Abel his brother. And it came about when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother and killed R106him.

9 Then the LORD said to Cain, "Where R107 is Abel your brother?" And he said, "I do not know. Am I my brother's keeper?" 10 He said, "What have you done? The R108 voice of your brother's blood is crying to Me from the ground. 11 "Now you R109 are cursed from the ground, which has opened its mouth to receive your brother's blood from your hand. 12 "When R110 you cultivate the ground, it will no longer yield its strength to you; you R111 will be a vagrant and a wanderer on the earth." 13 Cain said to the LORD, "My punishment is too great to bear! 14 "Behold, You have driven R112 me this day from the face of the ground; and from Your face I will be hidden, and IR113 will be a vagrant and a wanderer on the earth, and whoever R114 finds me will kill me." 15 So the LORD said to him, "Therefore whoever kills Cain, vengeance will be taken on him sevenfold." R115 And the LORD appointed R116 F74 a sign for Cain, so that no one finding him would slay him.

16 Then Cain went out from the presence of R117 the LORD, and settled F75 in the land of Nod, F76 east of Eden.



Name of Book:   1,2,3 John Writing Completed (C.E.) c. 98 Revelation Completed c. 96

Who Do You Imitate? Man Made Traditions --or Jesus’ Teachings and

His Apostles Teachings  Open 2 Tim 3:17- 3:16 –Rev - 22:16-6-19 click In Context http://bible.cc/revelation/22-16.htm

Imitate This Page --Is Part 3-1 is Mystery Verses Plus More 2 is Tradition Plus Verses.

What does the Best Bible Dictionaries say about Traditions.Open and Study BiblicalLOGISTICS & Tradition.htm

What Constitutes True Unadulterated Religion How ?

Simple AnswerJn-4-24- 2 Tim 3:17 and  3:16 Rev 22:16

Homoousion -3 In1 God Theology is not of Jesus and His Apostles teachings so there fore it id displeasing to GOD.

Pleasing GOD can only  Come through His original Inspired words, for they set  the standards for pure Worship 2 Tim 3:17.

By Imitating the Master Teacher’s Teachings and His Apostles Teachings Who Can Deny That

Simple Answer

See the Verses on this page and in ImitateRule

Books of the Greek Scriptures Written During the Common (Christian) Era

Name of Book:   Acts

Writer:         Luke

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 61

Time Covered:   33–c. 61 C.E.

Name of Book:   Romans

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Corinth

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 56

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   1 Corinthians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Ephesus

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 55

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   2 Corinthians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Macedonia

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 55

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Galatians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Corinth or Syrian Antioch

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 50-52

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Ephesians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 60-61

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Philippians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 60-61

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Colossians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 60-61

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   1 Thessalonians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Corinth

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 50

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   2 Thessalonians

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Corinth

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 51

Time Covered:

Name of Book:    Timothy

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Macedonia

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 61-64

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   2 Timothy

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 65

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Titus

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Macedonia (?)

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 61-64

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Philemon

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 60-61

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Hebrews

Writer:         Paul

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 61

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   James

Writer:         James (Jesus’ brother)

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (C.E.):  b. 62

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   1 Peter

Writer:         Peter

Place Written:  Babylon

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 62-64

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   2 Peter

Writer:         Peter

Place Written:  Babylon (?)

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 64

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   1 John                                                Name of Book:   1,2,3 John Writing Completed (C.E.) c. 98


Name of Book:   1 John

Writer:         Apostle John

Place Written:  Ephesus, or near

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 98

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   2 John

Writer:         Apostle John

Place Written:  Ephesus, or near

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 98

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   3 John

Writer:         Apostle John

Place Written:  Ephesus, or near

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 98

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Jude

Writer:         Jude (Jesus’ brother)

Place Written:  Palestine (?)

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 65

Time Covered:

Name of Book:   Revelation                      Name of Book:   Revelation Completed c. 96

Writer:         Apostle John

Place Written:  Patmos

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 96

Time Covered:


Name of Book:   Matthew

Writer:         Matthew

Place Written:  Palestine

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 41

Time Covered:       2 B.C.E.–33 C.E.

Name of Book:   Mark

Writer:         Mark

Place Written:  Rome

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 60-65

Time Covered:   29-33 C.E.

Name of Book:   Luke

Writer:         Luke

Place Written:  Caesarea

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 56-58

Time Covered:   3 B.C.E.–33 C.E.

Name of Book:   John

Writer:         Apostle John

Place Written:  Ephesus, or near

Writing Completed (C.E.):  c. 98

Time Covered:  After prologue, 29–33 C.E.


Books of the Hebrew Scriptures Before the Common (Christian) Era



·                     Imitate Jesus & Apostles Teachings

How To Verify What Bibles are most accurate to mans ability to date-Open-IntroductionForConcernedStudents

The No.1-SBT Page Read is IFCS Open IFCS IFCS Stands for IntroductionForConcernedStudents.htm-

The Real Problem Is If the Bible that you are reading is not accurately written (accurately Translated) with good

Foot-Notes it’s real easy to exceed what is written. Open and Study FooterJpg.htm SbtsCommentaryNotes.htm

 IntroductionForConcernedStudents. and Open and Study0A4.htm

No Donation Ever Asked for by SBT-asking for Donations is the Same as trying to make money off of GOD  Words. Matt-10-8.htm-


What Do You Believe?- in Compare All Faiths Chart.  STATEMENTs/Beliefs-Jesus Main Message.htm

T/Os Facts.htm-DOCTRINEBuster1.htm and C 


For The BestStatementFound about T/O s Bibles Open BestStatementFound & 0A4.htm

·                     Imitate Jesus & Apostles Teachings

·                     What Constitutes True Unadulterated Religion open Imitate

Jesus ID’S Himself--His Personal Individuality- open Jesus’ID.htm

            Where Is Jesus Today

open Jesus.htm

·                     JesusMainMessage

·                     Plus Jesus Said

·                     Go make Disciples -So

·                     Why so few doing that today

·                     open  HARVESTwork



Jesus-Testimony Of Himself

·                     Commentary-Php-2-6

·                     John 20:28

·                     Jn-1-1--1 Tim 3-16-1Jn 5-7


·                     I-AM.

·                     FlockInTheDARK

·                     IMMANUEL plus.

·                     Image of God

·                     JOHN-3-16.


·                     GodTheSon. 58htm

·                     Jesus’Beginnings

Jesus ask his disciples- He said to them, Who do you say that I AM? The Answer is in Matt16-13-17.htm Verse 16:15 John-20-28.

Parallel Translations << Matthew 16:14 >>


Name of Book:   Genesis

Writer(s):      Moses

Place Written:  Wilderness

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1513

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       “In the beginning” to 1657

Name of Book:   Exodus

Writer(s):      Moses

Place Written:  Wilderness

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1512

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       1657-1512

Name of Book:   Leviticus

Writer(s):      Moses

Place Written:  Wilderness

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1512

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       1 month (1512)

Name of Book:   Numbers

Writer(s):      Moses

Place Written:  Wilderness and Plains of Moab

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1473

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       1512-1473

Name of Book:   Deuteronomy

Writer(s):      Moses

Place Written:  Plains of Moab

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1473

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       2 months (1473)

Name of Book:   Joshua

Writer(s):      Joshua

Place Written:  Canaan

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1450

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       1473–c. 1450

Name of Book:   Judges

Writer(s):      Samuel

Place Written:  Israel

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1100

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       c. 1450–c. 1120

Name of Book:   Ruth

Writer(s):      Samuel

Place Written:  Israel

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1090

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       11 years of Judges’ rule

Name of Book:   1 Samuel

Writer(s):      Samuel; Gad; Nathan

Place Written:  Israel

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1078

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       c. 1180-1078

Name of Book:   2 Samuel

Writer(s):      Gad; Nathan

Place Written:  Israel

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1040

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       1077–c. 1040

Name of Book:   1 Kings

                2 Kings

Writer(s):      Jeremiah

Place Written:  Judah and Egypt

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1 roll 580

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       c. 1040-580

Name of Book:   1 Chronicles

                2 Chronicles

Writer(s):      Ezra

Place Written:  Jerusalem (?)

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  1 roll c. 460

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       After 1 Chronicles 9:44: 1077-537

Name of Book:   Ezra

Writer(s):      Ezra

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 460

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       537–c. 467

Name of Book:   Nehemiah

Writer(s):      Nehemiah

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  a. 443

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       456–a. 443

Name of Book:   Esther

Writer(s):      Mordecai

Place Written:  Shushan, Elam

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 475

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       493–c. 475

Name of Book:   Job

Writer(s):      Moses

Place Written:  Wilderness

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1473

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       Over 140 years between 1657 and 1473

Name of Book:   Psalms

Writer(s):      David and others

Place Written:

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 460

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Proverbs

Writer(s):      Solomon; Agur; Lemuel

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 717

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Ecclesiastes

Writer(s):      Solomon

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  b. 1000

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Song of Solomon, The

Writer(s):      Solomon

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 1020

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Isaiah

Writer(s):      Isaiah

Place Written:  Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  a. 732

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       c. 778–a. 732

Name of Book:   Jeremiah

Writer(s):      Jeremiah

Place Written:  Judah; Egypt

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  580

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       647-580

Name of Book:   Lamentations

Writer(s):      Jeremiah

Place Written:  Near Jerusalem

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  607

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Ezekiel

Writer(s):      Ezekiel

Place Written:  Babylon

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 591

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       613–c. 591

Name of Book:   Daniel

Writer(s):      Daniel

Place Written:  Babylon

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 536

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       618–c. 536

Name of Book:   Hosea

Writer(s):      Hosea

Place Written:  Samaria (District)

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  a. 745

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       b. 804–a. 745

Name of Book:   Joel

Writer(s):      Joel

Place Written:  Judah

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 820 (?)

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Amos

Writer(s):      Amos

Place Written:  Judah

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 804

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Obadiah

Writer(s):      Obadiah

Place Written:

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 607

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Jonah

Writer(s):      Jonah

Place Written:

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 844

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Micah

Writer(s):      Micah

Place Written:  Judah

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  b. 717

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       c. 777-717

Name of Book:   Nahum

Writer(s):      Nahum

Place Written:  Judah

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  b. 632

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Habakkuk

Writer(s):      Habakkuk

Place Written:  Judah

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  c. 628 (?)

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Zephaniah

Writer(s):      Zephaniah

Place Written:  Judah

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  b. 648

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

Name of Book:   Haggai

Writer(s):      Haggai

Place Written:  Jerusalem rebuilt

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  520

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       112 days (520)

Name of Book:   Zechariah

Writer(s):      Zechariah

Place Written:  Jerusalem rebuilt

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  518

Time Covered (B.C.E.):       520-518

Name of Book:   Malachi

Writer(s):      Malachi

Place Written:  Jerusalem rebuilt

Writing Completed (B.C.E.):  a. 443

Time Covered (B.C.E.):

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