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30 January, 08:15

Which statement describes the relationship between the Torah and the Old Testament? A. The Torah is the Jewish holy book. The Old Testament is a Christian holy book. They are different texts. B. The Old Testament is a Muslim holy book. The Jewish holy book, the Torah, is the first five books of the Old Testament. C. The Jewish Torah and Muslim Old Testament are the same texts. They are both considered holy. D. The Torah is the Jewish holy book. It is made up of the first five books of the Old Testament, which is the Christian name for the Torah and other Jewish texts.

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  1. 30 January, 08:31
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    the answer is a the Torah is the Jewish holy book the old testament is a Christian holy book a
  2. 30 January, 09:31
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    D. The Torah is the Jewish holy book. It is made up of the first five books of the Old Testament, which is the Christian name for the Torah and other Jewish texts.

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    Torah is called the "five books of Moses" in the "Old Testament". And hence can be considered as a part of the Holy Old Testament. On the other hand, "Quran" only mentions Torah as sacred but it is not a part of Quran.
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