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The History of Scribe®
In the beginning, there were scribes. The first written words, most likely crafted by the scribes themselves, speak to the changing nations, and the roles that scribes played. The scribes were originally copiers; wring out word for word copies of the Kings' laws and books of the bible. As they were both educated and meticulous, they took offices and were generally known as knowledge centers and teachers. It is said that the title of "Scribe" and "Lawyer" is interchangeable in the Gospels of the bible.
As time went on, scribes became the keepers of the sacred books. They devoted themselves to the study of these sacred texts, and eventually, their transcriptions were deemed more trustworthy than the laws themselves. They dedicated themselves to the study of laws, and dedicated their lives and livelihood to it; thereby becoming the first attorneys (by our current definition).
Scribe: noun \ˈskrīb\ = a member of a learned class in ancient Israel through New Testament times studying the Scriptures and serving as copyists, editors, teachers, and jurists. (Merriam Webster)