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STOP! one episode can not change 12 years of show. CTJF83 chat 21:08, 5 May 2010 (UTC)

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Yes we all know that Italy was not a political entity until much later. Regardless of that, Italians consider Leonardo to be Italian, and to belong to all of them, rather than just Florence or Tuscany. The matter has been discussed a number of times. It keeps coming up. The people who make this change are not Italian. Two Italian wikipedians have collaborated on this article. Amandajm (talk) 13:00, 28 May 2010 (UTC)

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This list of authors of the Christian Bible gives the traditional and modern scholarly views. The Bible has 66 different books written by at least 39 authors over a period of 1,500 years.[1]

Table[edit]

Old Testament[edit]

(This table follows the canon of the Greek Orthodox Church as specified at the 1672 Synod of Jerusalem, see Development of the Old Testament canon for details. The various Christian canons - Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox - differ significantly, both in the books regarded as biblical and in the order in which they are presented)

Title Author according to
traditional thought
Author according to
modern scholarly thought
Genesis
Γένεσις Génesis, "birth", "origin"
בְּרֵאשִׁית Bereishit, "In the beginning"
Moses: A few early authors, notably Josephus and Philo, believed that Moses wrote the entire Torah, including the account of his own death; later Talmudic scholars felt it more likely that this section at least was written by another. The problem of Genesis, to which Moses was not an eyewitness, also gave rise to alternative theories, expressed in the Oral Torah and the midrashim. Documentary hypothesis: Various unnamed editors combining originally complete and independent documents;[2]

Supplementary hypothesis: Various anonymous authors making additions (supplements) to a base text
Fragmentary hypothesis: Single unknown author drawing on multiple documentary and oral sources

Exodus
ἔξοδος Exodos, "departure"
שמות‎ Shemot "names"
Leviticus
Λευιτικός Leuitikos, "relating to the Levites"
ויקרא‎ Vayikra, "And He called"
Numbers
במדבר Bəmidbar, "In the desert"
Deuteronomy
Δευτερονόμιον Deuteronómion, "second law"
דְּבָרִים‎ Devarim, "things"/"words"
Joshua
ספר יהושע Sefer Y'hoshua
Joshua with a portion by Phinehas or Eleazar Deuteronomist using material from the Yahwist and Elohist
Judges
ספר שופטים Sefer Shoftim
Samuel Deuteronomist
1 Samuel
ספר שמואל Sefer Sh'muel
Samuel, Gad, and Nathan Deuteronomist or a combination of a Jerusalem source, republican source, the court history of David, the sanctuaries source, the monarchial source, and the material of various editors who combined these sources
2 Samuel
ספר שמואל Sefer Sh'muel
1 Kings
ספר מלכים Sefer Melakhim
Jeremiah[3] Deuteronomist
2 Kings
ספר מלכים Sefer Melakhim
1 Chronicles
דברי הימים Divrei Hayyamim
Ezra The Chronicler, writing between 450 and 435 BC, after the Babylonian captivity
2 Chronicles
דברי הימים Divrei Hayyamim
Ezra
ספר עֶזְרָא Sefer ʻEzrâ
Nehemiah
נְחֶמְיָה Nəḥemyāh
Nehemiah using some material by Ezra
Tobit
טובי Tobih, "my good"
Unknown A writer in the second century BC
Judith
יְהוּדִית Yəhûḏîṯ
Eliakim, the high priest of the story Unknown
Esther
אֶסְתֵּר ʼEstēr
The Great Assembly using material from Mordecai An author writing between 460 and 331 BC
1 Maccabees
מכבים‎ Makabim
A devout Jew from the Holy Land. A Jewish author, writing around 100 BC
2 Maccabees
מכבים‎ Makabim
Based on the writing of Jason of Cyrene An author writing in the second or first century BC
3 Maccabees
מכבים‎ Makabim
Unknown An Alexandrian Jew writing in Greek in the first century BC or first century AD
4 Maccabees
מכבים‎ Makabim
Josephus An Alexandrian Jew writing in the first century BC or first century AD
Job
אִיוֹב‎ ʾIyov
Unknown. Possibly Job, Moses, Solomon, or Elihu A writer in the 4th century BC
Psalms
Ψαλμοί Psalmoi, "songs sung to a harp"
תְהִלִּים Th'hilliym, "praises"
Mainly David and also Asaph, sons of Korah, Moses, Heman the Ezrahite, Ethan the Ezrahite and Solomon Various authors recording oral tradition. Portions from 1000 BC to 200 BC.
Proverbs
מִשְלֵי Mishlay
Solomon, Agur son of Jakeh, Lemuel and other wise men An editor compiling from various sources well after the time of Solomon
Ecclesiastes
Ἐκκλησιαστής Ekklēsiastēs, "church"
קֹהֶלֶת‎ Kohelet, "speaker"
Solomon A Hebrew poet of the 3rd or 2nd century BC using the life of Solomon as a vista for the Hebrews' pursuit of wisdom. An unknown author in Hellenistic period from two older oral sources (Eccl1:1-6:9 which claims to be Solomon, Eccl6:10-12:8 with the theme of non-knowing)
Song of Solomon
שיר השירים Shir ha-Shirim
An anonymous poet[4]
Ruth
מגילת רות‎ Məgiləs Rus
Samuel A later author, writing after the time of David
Wisdom
חכמת שלמה
Solomon An Alexandrian Jew writing during the Jewish Hellenistic period
Sirach
Σιραχ Sirakh
ספר בן סירא
Ben Sira Ben Sira
Isaiah
יְשַׁעְיָהוּ Yəšạʻyā́hû
Isaiah Three main authors and an extensive editing process. Is1-39 "Historical Isaiah" with multiple layers of editing. Is40-55 Exilic & Is56-66 post-exilic.
Jeremiah
יִרְמְיָה Yirmĭyahu
Jeremiah Baruch ben Neriah.[5] Chapters 1-6 and 10-23 seem to derive from Jeremiah himself, as dictated to Baruch.[6]
Lamentations
אֵיכָה‎ Eikhah, "How"
Disputed and perhaps based on the older Mesopotamian genre of the "city lament", of which the Lament for Ur is among the oldest and best-known
Letter of Jeremiah
איגרת ירמיהו Aigrt Yirmĭyahu
A Hellenistic Jew living in Alexandria
Baruch
בָּרוּךְ Bārûḵ
Baruch ben Neriah An author writing during or shortly after the period of the Maccabees
Ezekiel
יְחֶזְקֵאל‎ Y'khizqel
Ezekiel Disputed, with varying degrees of attribution to Ezekiel
Daniel
דָּנִיֵּאל Dāniyyêl
Daniel An editor in the fourth century BC to mid-second century BC
Hosea
הוֹשֵׁעַ Hôšēăʻ
Hosea Unknown
Joel
יואל‎ Joel
Joel Unknown
Amos
עמוס Amos
Amos Unknown
Obadiah
עובדיה Ovadyah, "servant of YHWH"
Obadiah Likely a story traveler
Jonah
יוֹנָה Yônā
Jonah A post-exilic (after 530 BC) author writing under the name of the eighth-century prophet
Micah
מִיכָה Mikah
Micah The first three chapters by Micah and the remainder by a later writer
Nahum
נַחוּם Naḥūm‎
Nahum Unknown
Habakkuk
חֲבַקּוּק‎ Ḥăḇaqqûq
Habakkuk An unknown author around 850 BC
Zephaniah
צְפַנְיָה Ṣəp̄anyā
Zephaniah Disputed; possibly a writer after the time period indicated by the text
Haggai
חַגַּי‎ Ḥaggay
Haggai Various Jewish authors
Zechariah
זְכַרְיָה Zəḵaryā
Zechariah Zechariah (chapters 1-8); the later, designated Deutero-Zechariah, were possibly written by disciples of Zechariah
Malachi
מַלְאָכִי Malʼāḵî
Malachi or Ezra Possibly the author(s) of Deutero-Zechariah

New Testament[edit]

Title Author according to
traditional thought
Author according to
modern scholarly thought
Gospel According to Matthew
κατὰ Ματθαῖον εὐαγγέλιον kata Matthaion euangelion
Matthew the Evangelist is said by the early 2nd century writer Papias of Hierapolis to have written a "Sayings of Jesus" in Aramaic. The Gospel is not a sayings collection and shows clear signs of having been composed in Greek, but it is accepted by tradition as the document referred to by Papias. Dated c. AD 80-100. An anonymous author who borrowed from both Mark and a source called Q
Gospel According to Mark
κατὰ Μᾶρκον εὐαγγέλιον kata Markon euangelion
Mark the Evangelist, otherwise known as John Mark, a cousin of Barnabas the companion of Paul and later himself a companion of Paul. According to the 4th century writer Eusebius of Caesarea, who claims to be quoting a lost work by the Papias of Hierapolis, Mark was asked to write his account by the Christians of Rome, and recorded the preaching of the apostle Peter. (The First Epistle of Peter, dated around AD 100, mentions Mark as a companion of Peter). Usually dated no earlier than AD 70. An unknown author; likely an early Christian writer.
Gospel According to Luke
κατὰ Λουκᾶν εὐαγγέλιον kata Loukan euangelion
Luke the Evangelist, the companion and contemporary of Paul. The earliest representation of Luke as the author of this Gospel (and of Acts) comes from the Muratorian fragment, a catalogue of the New Testament from c. AD 180. The Gospel itself is usually dated AD 70-100. An anonymous author who borrowed from both Mark and Q
Gospel According to John
κατὰ Ἰωάννην εὐαγγέλιον kata Iōannēn euangelion
John the Evangelist. The Church father Iranaeus reported c. AD 180 that the Evangelist was John the Apostle, but there is no earlier record of the tradition that the two were identical. The first evidence of the existence of the Gospel dates from the mid-2nd century. An anonymous author with no direct connection to the historical Jesus. John 21 finished after death of primary author by follower(s)
Acts of the Apostles
Πράξεις των Αποστόλων Práxeis tōn Apostólōn
Luke the Evangelist The author of Luke
Epistle to the Romans
Επιστολή προς Ρωμαίους Epistolē pros Galates
Paul of Tarsus Paul of Tarsus
First Epistle to the Corinthians
Α' Επιστολή προς Κορινθίους 1 Epistolē pros Korinthious
Second Epistle to the Corinthians
Β' Επιστολή προς Κορινθίους 2 Epistolē pros Korinthious
Epistle to the Galatians
Επιστολή προς Γαλάτες Epistolē pros Galates
Epistle to the Ephesians
Επιστολή προς Εφεσίους Epistolē pros Ephesious
Paul of Tarsus or edited dictations from Paul
Epistle to the Philippians
Επιστολή προς Φιλιππησίους Epistolē pros Philippēsious
Paul of Tarsus
Epistle to the Colossians
Επιστολή προς Κολοσσαείς Epistolē pros Kolossaeis
Disputed; perhaps Paul coauthoring with Timothy
First Epistle to the Thessalonians
Α' Επιστολή προς Θεσσαλονικείς 1 Epistolē pros Thessalonikeis
Paul of Tarsus
Second Epistle to the Thessalonians
Β' Επιστολή προς Θεσσαλονικείς 2 Epistolē pros Thessalonikeis
An associate or disciple after his death, representing what they believed was his message[7]
First Epistle to Timothy
Α' Επιστολή προς Τιμόθεο 1 Epistolē pros Timotheo
Perhaps someone associated with Paul, writing at a later date
Second Epistle to Timothy
Β' Επιστολή προς Τιμόθεο 2 Epistolē pros Timotheo
Perhaps someone associated with Paul, writing after his death
Epistle to Titus
Επιστολή προς Τίτο Epistolē pros Tito
Perhaps someone associated with Paul, writing after his death
Epistle to Philemon
Επιστολή προς Φιλήμονα Epistolē pros Philēmona
Paul of Tarsus
Epistle to the Hebrews
Paul of Tarsus or possibly Luke the Evangelist, Clement of Rome or Barnabas An unknown author, but almost certainly not Paul[8]
Epistle of James
James the Just A writer in the late first or early second centuries, after the death of James the Just
First Epistle of Peter
Peter An author, perhaps Silas, proficient with Greek writing
Second Epistle of Peter
Certainly not Peter[9]
First Epistle of John John the Evangelist An unknown author with no direct connection to the historical Jesus Same as Gospel of John.
Second Epistle of John An unknown author with no direct connection to Jesus. Final editor of John 21.
Third Epistle of John
Epistle of Jude Jude the Apostle or Jude, brother of Jesus A pseudonymous work written between the end of the first century and the first quarter of the 2nd century
Book of the Revelation of John
Ἀποκάλυψις Ἰωάννου Apokalypsis Iōannou
John the Apostle or John the Elder[6] Perhaps John of Patmos

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Gledhill, Tom. The Message of the Song of Songs. InterVarsity Press: 1994.
  • Kidner, Derek. The Message of Ecclesiastes. InterVarsity Press: 1984.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Bible - Question Mark Booklets - Page 8 - ISBN 0 85421 332 5
  2. ^ From the Introduction to Richard Elliot Friedman's The Bible with Sources Revealed, 2003.
  3. ^ Who were the authors of the books of the Bible?
  4. ^ Noegel and Rendsburg, Solomon's Vinyard: literary and lignuistic studies in the Song of Songs, (Society of Biblical Literature, 2009), p. 184.
  5. ^ Miller, Stephen M., Huber, Robert V. (2004). The Bible: A History. Good Books. pp. page 33. ISBN 1561484148. 
  6. ^ a b Harris, Stephen L., Understanding the Bible. Palo Alto: Mayfield. 1985.
  7. ^ Ehrman, Bart D. (2004). The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the Early Christian Writings. New York: Oxford, p.385; Beverly Roberts Gaventa, First and Second Thessalonians, Westminster John Knox Press, 1998, p.93; Vincent M. Smiles, First Thessalonians, Philippians, Second Thessalonians, Colossians, Ephesians, Liturgical Press, 2005, p.53; Udo Schnelle, translated by M. Eugene Boring, The History and Theology of the New Testament Writings (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1998), pp. 315-325; M. Eugene Boring, Fred B. Craddock, The People's New Testament Commentary, Westminster John Knox Press, 2004 p652; Joseph Francis Kelly, An Introduction to the New Testament for Catholics, Liturgical Press, 2006 p.32
  8. ^ http://religion-online.org/showchapter.asp?title=531&C=563 Richard Heard, Introduction To The New Testament
  9. ^ Carson, D.A., and Douglas J. Moo. An Introduction to the New Testament, second edition. HarperCollins Canada; Zondervan: 2005. ISBN 0310238595, ISBN 978-0310238591. p.659.

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Main article: 1970s in television

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  • 1949 in television – The first Emmy Awards are presented. Television broadcasting begins in Cuba. Come Dancing starts its 46 year run on the BBC. In the United States, Eastern and Midwestern stations are networked for live programming feeds spanning from the east coast west to the Mississippi River.
  • 1948 in television – Four-network service begins on US television. CBS, which has operated a New York station since 1941, begins live programming feeds to other markets in April. ABC feeds its first network programs in the spring, with full daily network service beginning in August with the opening of its New York flagship station and production center. Ed Sullivan's show begins 23-year run on CBS, while Milton Berle becomes NBC's first superstar. 1 million television sets are now in use in the US. The BBC broadcasts coverage of the 1948 Summer Olympics.
  • 1947 in televisionHowdy Doody and Meet the Press premiere on NBC. First World Series live broadcast on both the DuMont Television Network and NBC. BBC television is suspended for a month due to a national fuel crisis.
  • 1946 in television – The BBC resumes television broadcasting after its suspension during World War II. RCA demonstrates all-electronic color television system. FCC issues first network license to DuMont. DuMont begins limited network operations.
  • 1945 in television – DuMont begins first network broadcasts, August 9. Applies for first network license.
  • 1944 in television – The FCC increases its limits for single ownership of television stations from three to five. NBC begins the first regularly scheduled network service in the United States over a three station Eastern chain including stations in New York City (WNBT), Philadelphia (WPTZ) and the Albany/Schenectady/Troy, New York area (WRGB).
  • 1943 in television – The American Broadcasting Company (ABC) is formed.
  • 1942 in television – FCC terminates all television broadcasting because of the war. DuMont petitions FCC to resume broadcasting and receives approval.
  • 1941 in television – Commercial TV authorized by the FCC.
  • 1940 in television – The FCC holds public hearings on television.

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Gaelic games in XXXXXXX[edit]

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