Books of the Bible in alphabetical order (free printable) 

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This list of the books of the Bible in alphabetical order comes with a free printable you can use in your homeschool room or Sunday school classroom.

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The Holy Bible

The Holy Bible is the inspired word of God and is a compilation of sixty-six books. The great bible was written by about forty different authors. The exact number of authors is unknown because it is not clear who wrote some of the books.

The three original languages the Bible was written in were Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic.

The Bible is divided into two main parts (the Old Testament and the New Testament).

The Gutenberg Bible was the first Bible ever printed. It was printed in the latin language in the year 1455, in Mainz Germany. It had no title pages or page numbers. There are still forty copies of the Gutenberg Bible around the world; one complete copy can be found in the U.S. Library of Congress.

Information Included in this list of Books of the Bible in alphabetical order

  • We will go through all the books in the entire bible.
  • You will see some extra information after each book is listed.
  • The books of the Bible will be listed in alphabetical order.
  • Next to each book you will see where in the Bible it’s located. In the Old Testament or in the New Testament.
  • You will also see the author next to each book.

The 66 Books of the Bible in Alphabetical Order

1- Acts

Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Luke.

2- Amos

Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Amos.

3- 1 Chronicles

Found in the Old Testament. Written by Ezra.

4- 2 Chronicles

Found in the Old Testament. Written by Ezra.

5- Colossians

Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

6- 1 Corinthians

Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

7- 2 Corinthians

Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

8- Daniel

Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Daniel.

9- Deuteronomy

Found in the Old Testament. Written by Moses.

10- Ecclesiastes

Found in the Old Testament. Thought to be written by King Solomon.

11- Ephesians

Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

12- Esther

Found in the Old Testament. Author is unknown.

13- Exodus

Found in the Old Testament. Thought to be written by Moses.

14- Ezekiel

Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet/priest Ezekiel.

15- Ezra

Found in the Old Testament. Thought to be written by Ezra.

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    16- Galatians

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    17- Genesis

    Found in the Old Testament. Thought to be written by Moses.

    18- Habakkuk

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Habakkuk.

    19- Haggai

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Haggai.

    20- Hebrews

    Found in the New Testament. Author is unknown.

    21- Hosea

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Hosea.

    22- Isaiah

    Found in the Old Testament. Witten by the prophet Isaiah.

    23- James

    Found in the New Testament. Thought to be written by Jesus Christ’s half brother James.

    24- Jeremiah

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Jeremiah.

    25- Job

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    26- Joel

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Joel.

    27- John

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle John.

    28- 1 John

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle John.

    29- 2 John

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle John.

    30- 3 John

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle John.

    Books of the Bible in Alphabetical Order

    books of the Bible in alphabetical order
    Books of the Bible in alphabetical order

    31- Jonah

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Jonah.

    32- Joshua

    Found in the Old Testament. Exact author unknown. Thought to be multiple authors.

    33- Jude

    Found in the New Testament. Thought to be written by Jesus’ half brother Jude.

    34- Judges

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    35- 1 Kings

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    36- 2 Kings

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    37- Lamentations

    Found in the Old Testament. Exact Author unknown.

    38- Leviticus

    Found in the Old Testament. Author generally thought to be Moses.

    39- Luke

    Found in the New Testament. Written by Luke.

    40- Malachi

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Malachi.

    41- Mark

    Found in the New Testament. Written by Mark.

    42- Matthew

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Matthew.

    43- Micah

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Micah.

    44- Nahum

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Nahum.

    45- Nehemiah

    Found in the Old Testament. Author thought to be Ezra.


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    46- Numbers

    Found in the Old Testament. Author generally thought to be Moses.

    47- Obadiah

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Obadiah.

    48- 1 Peter

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Peter.

    49- 2 Peter

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Peter.

    50- Philemon

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    51- Philippians

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    52- Proverbs

    Found in the Old Testament. Some of it written by King Solomon, but it’s thought other authors contributed as well.

    53- Psalms

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by many different authors including King David.

    54- Revelation

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle John.

    55- Romans

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    56- Ruth

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    57- 1 Samuel

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    58- 2 Samuel

    Found in the Old Testament. Author unknown.

    59- Song of Solomon

    Found in the Old Testament. Author generally believed to be King Solomon.

    60- 1 Thessalonians

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    61- 2 Thessalonians

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    62- 1 Timothy

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    63- 2 Timothy

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    64- Titus

    Found in the New Testament. Written by the apostle Paul.

    65- Zechariah

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet/priest Zechariah.

    66- Zephaniah

    Found in the Old Testament. Written by the prophet Zephaniah.

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