The writings of those men were bundled into two parts; the Old and New Testaments. But in the days of Christ, the Scriptures were known as "Moses, the Prophets, and the Psalms." The Old Testament was written by Moses and the Prophets, who came after him. The New Testament was written by the Apostles.
The Old Testament was begun by Moses about 1450 [1,600] years before Christ, and finished by Malachi a little over 1,000  years afterwards. (Before Christ 397.) The New Testament was written during the lifetime of the Apostles, after the resurrection and ascension of Christ, over nearly 2000 years ago.
By wonder those writing survived the time and still today we can say that
The Bible, given by inspiration of God, reveals to us the Truth concerning God and concerning man.
- Getting to know the Truth
- Where to learn the truth (available from 2018 April 4, 2.31 pm)
- Put on the whole armor of God
- To be established in the present truth
- Determined To Stick With Truth.
- Challenging claim
- Challenging claim 1 Whose word
- Challenging claim 2 Inspired by God 1 Simple words
- Challenging claim 3 Inspired by God 2 Inerrant Word of God
- Challenging claim 4 Inspired by God 3 Self-consistent Word of God
- Unread bestseller
- Book of books and great masterpiece
- Colour-blindness and road code
- Inspired Word
- The Word of God in print
- God’s forgotten Word 4 Lost Lawbook 3 Early digressions and Constantinic revolution
- God’s forgotten Word 5 Lost Lawbook 4 The ‘Catholic’ church
- Absolute Basics to Reading the Bible
- Bible guide
- Bible, Word of God, inspired and infallible
- Authority of the Bible