The first five books of the Bible, traditionally attributed to Moses, narrating the creation, the history of Israel's patriarchs, the Exodus, and the giving of the Law.
These books recount the history of the Israelites from their conquest of Canaan to the Babylonian exile.
A collection of poetic and philosophical writings, focusing on themes of wisdom, morality, and the human experience.
Song of Solomon (Song of Songs)
The books containing the writings, speeches, and visions of the Old Testament prophets, addressing Israel's relationship with God, calling for repentance, and foretelling future events.