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God chose men to write different parts of the Bible. What were these men called?

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    They're normally just called the authors of the Bible. Or you could be thinking of "prophet" or "evangelist" (for the 4 Gospels)?
    – curiousdannii
    Aug 30 at 21:48
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    I call them Bible writers. I don't call them authors, though, because God is the author.
    – user32540
    Aug 31 at 0:19
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    Yes One author many writers.
    – Kris
    Aug 31 at 1:32
  • @4castle Kris Is that the common view of JWs? It would not be in Protestantism, where the dual authorship of scripture is recognised.
    – curiousdannii
    Aug 31 at 2:49
  • 2 Tim 3:15 is the basis for Jehovah God as the author of the Bible. Moses, David, etc. conveyed that which Jehovah gave to them.
    – agarza
    Aug 31 at 2:58
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Direct scribes or people who could document the conversation that was happening at the factual basis. Which is where truth is seen. The facts only were written. So the technical term would be Scribes

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