Nevi' im are traditionally divided into two parts:
First Prophets ( Nevi' im Rishonim ראשונים - i.e. prophets former to the fall of the First Temple and the exile) whose account extends from Josué to the Kings.
Last Prophets ( Nevi' im Aharonim אחרונים - i.e. later prophets with the exile), (containing prophecies in poetic form especially.)
The order of the books of the Judaïsme is included in the Protestantisme.
In the Jewish tradition, the books of Samuel and Kings are not subdivided in two books each one. In addition, the books of the last prophets being relatively short, they are gathered in a work, called Trei 'Assar (Twelve minor prophets), " petit" not referring to their importance but to the length of the writings.
La Jewish tradition thus counts a total of eight books in Nevi' im (among 24 books in all Tanakh):
These books are strictly speaking prophecies: for the believers, they give to understand the word of God brought back by the Prophète S. These prophets second themselves are divided into two categories, the Grands prophets : and the minor prophets , twelve:
Canonical order according to Catholicism
The Catholicisme differently orders to him these books of the prophets.
Initially, the Catholicisme calls the prophets first name of historical Livres . He adds to them, between the Livre of the Judges and the First book of Samuel:
- Ruth, which in the Hebraic Bible is in the Other Writings
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