The Jewish people believe that the Old Testament of the Bible is true. They don't deny that Jesus Christ existed, they just don't think that he was the Messiah. The text is called the Torah. The Torah refers to the first five books of the Bible, which the major prophet Moses wrote. The books in English are known as Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. There are two types of Torah.
Oral Torah: The Oral Torah is a tradition that tells what the scriptures mean and how to understand them. This was formally recorded in the second century A.D. and is called the Mishnah.
Written Torah: The Written Torah is the Old Testament of the Bible. The names of the books are usually different from the English names, but the text is the same.