The Tanakh (Old Testament) is an acronym for the Hebrew Bible. The subdivisions are: The Torah ("Teaching", first five books of Moses); Nevi'im ("Prophets") and Ketuvim ("Writings").
The B'rit Hadasha refers to the sacred writings (New Testament) describing the life of the Messiah Jeshua (Jesus) and the actions of his followers in the First Century.
Another Jewish text is the Talmud, a collection of rabbinical writings that interpret and explain the Torah. The Talmud was written between the second and fifth century CE.