The Bible is inspired by God and is a Judaism and Christian classic. Originally from the Hebrew kethubhim, the original meaning of "article", after the meaning of "Scripture"; Greek graphai, Latin Scripturoe, translated into "Chinese."
The Bible is a classic of faith for Jews and Europeans, telling the history of ancient Jews and documenting prophetic prophecies.  The Greek ta biblia (the plural, originally referred to as "various books") was used to refer specifically to these scriptures when the large number of Judaic texts were translated into Greek. The Latin was the single-digit Biblia and became the official Judaism and Christianity Classic name, the Chinese translated as "the Bible."
The Bible is a rather thick book, with almost the same number of pages as the dictionary, but in fact the Bible is not just a book but rather a set of 66 books. Among them are long and short; there are ancient works and more recent ones, including history, poetry, philosophy, and even personal letters and sermons. 
The official scriptures of Judaism include three volumes of Torah, Volume 8 of the Prophets, Volume 11 of the Holy Book, so called "Tanak" (the initials of Torah, Neviim and Ketuvim) Called "twenty-four books."
Christian classics, including the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament, the Jewish Bible, is inherited from Judaism. The book volume and order, Christian factions are slightly different. The New Testament is a classic of Christianity with 27 volumes, including the Gospel which records the life, words and deeds of Jesus, the book of Acts that describes the situation of the early church, the Epistles and the Book of Revelation ". There are 39 volumes in the Old Testament and 27 volumes in the New Testament.