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Who Really Wrote the Biblical Books of Kings and the Prophets?
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Two books of the Old Testament (also known and First and Second Kings)
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The Book of Judges. The Book of Ruth. The First Book of Samuel. The Second Book of Samuel. The First Book of Kings. The Second Book of Kings. The First Book of Chronicles. The Second Book of Chronicles. The Book of Ezra.
The Book of Nehemiah. The Book of Esther. The Book of Job. The Book of Psalms. The Book of Proverbs. The Book of Ecclesiastes. The Book of Isaiah. The Book of Jeremiah.
The Book of Lamentations. The Book of Ezekiel. The Book of Daniel.
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According to the text, it was written around 95 A. Some scholars believe it is less a prophecy and more a response to the Roman destruction of the Great Temple and Jerusalem. This text is still used by Evangelical Christians to interpret current events in expectation of the End Times, and elements of it find frequent use in popular entertainment. Surviving documents from the 4th century show that different councils within the church released lists to guide how various Christian texts should be treated.
The earliest known attempt to create a canon in the same respect as the New Testament was in 2nd century Rome by Marcion, a Turkish businessman and church leader. Disapproving of the effort, the Roman church expelled Marcion. Second-century Syrian writer Tatian attempted to create a canon by weaving the four gospels together as the Diatessaron.