About Tanakh

The Tanakh is the canon of the Hebrew Bible. It consists of three parts: Torah, Nevi’im (Prophets), and Ketuvim (Writings). All together, it has 24 books.


1. Genesis (בראשית) finished February 26, 2015

2. Exodus (שמות) finished April 23, 2015

3. Leviticus (ויקרא) finished June 1, 2015

4. Numbers (במדבר) finished July 21, 2015

5. Deuteronomy (דברים) finished September 7, 2015

Nevi’im (Prophets)

6. Joshua finished October 11, 2015

7. Judges finished November 9, 2015

8. Samuel (I and II) finished January 25, 2016

9. Kings (I and II) finished March 30, 2016

10. Isaiah finished June 30, 2016

11. Jeremiah finished September 12, 2016

12. Ezekiel finished November 17, 2016

13. The Twelve Minor Prophets (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi) finished February 20, 2017

Ketuvim (Writings)

14. Psalms finished September 18, 2017

15. Proverbs

16. Job

17. Song of Songs

18. Ruth

19. Lamentations

20. Ecclesiastes

21. Esther

22. Daniel

23. Ezra/Nehemiah

24. Chronicles

**Unless otherwise noted, throughout this project I’ll be using the JPS Tanakh for translations.

If you’re interested in getting in touch with me, please feel free to reach out via the contact form below. I’m happy to chat about Torah, Jewish Education, Project 929, or whatever you’re interested in. If you’re interested in hevruta-ing with me for a certain chapter or book, please note that in your message. I’d love to study with you! 


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