Who wrote the 2nd Bible?
In the Septuagint, a basis of the Christian biblical canons, the text is divided into two books, now called the First and Second Book of Samuel.
Books of Samuel.
Because the Holy Spirit superintended the writing of Scripture, the Holy Spirit has been regarded in the tradition of the Church as the primary author of Scripture, and the sacred writers as secondary authors.
Scholars estimate that around 40 different authors contributed to the Bible, but only 35 are identified by name within the text. These men contributed to the Bible across 1,500 years, and included kings, lawyers, fishermen, doctors, prophets, and uneducated men.
Did God write the Bible?
In my experience as a Catholic priest, one of the most commonly held accounts of biblical inspiration among Christians is that God “dictated” the Bible. According to this view, sometimes called the verbal dictation theory, God dictated each word of the sacred text to a human author who simply wrote it down.
Divine Authorship — God is the principal author of Sacred Scripture, the Bible. He inspired the human authors (for example, Moses, Isaiah, David, Matthew, John, and Paul), who made full use of their own facul- ties and powers to write what he wanted.
The Catholic doctrine of inspiration is commonly understood to entail that God is the primary author of Scripture, and the sacred writer is the secondary author.
Scripture, according to the Christian tradition, has two authors: God as the principal author and the Holy Fathers as instrumental authors.
There are 27 books in the New Testament written by nine recognized authors.
Did Jesus write any books in the Bible?
These books are called Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John because they were traditionally thought to have been written by Matthew, a disciple who was a tax collector; John, the “Beloved Disciple” mentioned in the Fourth Gospel; Mark, the secretary of the disciple Peter; and Luke, the traveling companion of Paul.