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In his commentary to KohelesKohelet (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

This is implied by many many other Rishonim as well, including the Torat Haminha (p. 605)

נמצאת למד ענין צדיק ורע לו רשע וטוב לו רמוזים בתורה שבכתב ורמוזים בדברי נבואה

There are a couple of sources that use the term to include all of Tanakh, including R. Abraham Abulafia who writes (1):

ועשרים וארבעה ספרים תורה שבכתב

Similarly, R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (AvodasAvodat Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים

 

In my opinion it is telling that after looking hard and wide I found almost no explicit statement in Rishonim that Nach is part of Torah Shebiksav.(1) Otsar Eden Ganuz (vol. 2 p. 52), Jerusalem, 2010.

In his commentary to Koheles (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodas Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים

In my opinion it is telling that after looking hard and wide I found almost no explicit statement in Rishonim that Nach is part of Torah Shebiksav.

In his commentary to Kohelet (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

This is implied by many many other Rishonim as well, including the Torat Haminha (p. 605)

נמצאת למד ענין צדיק ורע לו רשע וטוב לו רמוזים בתורה שבכתב ורמוזים בדברי נבואה

There are a couple of sources that use the term to include all of Tanakh, including R. Abraham Abulafia who writes (1):

ועשרים וארבעה ספרים תורה שבכתב

Similarly, R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodat Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים

 

(1) Otsar Eden Ganuz (vol. 2 p. 52), Jerusalem, 2010.

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In his commentary to Koheles (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodas Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים

In my opinion it is telling that after looking hard and wide I found almost no explicit statement in Rishonim that Nach is part of Torah Shebiksav.

In his commentary to Koheles (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodas Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים

In his commentary to Koheles (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodas Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים

In my opinion it is telling that after looking hard and wide I found almost no explicit statement in Rishonim that Nach is part of Torah Shebiksav.

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In his commentary to Koheles (12:10), Rashi references "the Written Law and the Prophets"

ד"ה וכתוב יושר: זה תורה שבכתב והנביאים

This strongly implies that the Written Law only includes only the Chumash.

R. Meir Ibn Gabbai who lived at the close of the period of the Rishonim writes clearly that the Written Law includes all of Tanach. (Avodas Hakodesh ch. 22).

והנה תורה שבכתב כוללת תורה נביאים וכתובים