Who Created the Bible?

Many authors wrote the Bible; approximately 30 writers contributed to the creation of the Old Testament, and 10 writers wrote the New Testament. The Prophet Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible, before 1400 B.C. The Apostle John wrote the last book of the Bible around 95 A.D.

The writers lived at different times, some even 100 years apart, and were individuals from all walks of life such as soldiers, fishermen, traders and shepherds. Although these creators of the Bible lived under different cultures and were strangers to each other, when all the books of the Bible are assembled together they reflect impeccable harmony in the message they deliver. The Bible creators composed the scripture in the Spirit of God.