New Testament (Yellow) Spin the wheel, The New Testament is the second part of the Christian religious text. that you can use to pick a random item from the list: NT: (event) Jesus' Birth, NT: (person) Jesus, NT: (event) Jesus' Baptism, NT: (person) John the Baptist, NT: (event) Jesus and his crucifixion, NT: (object) The Cross, NT: (object) The Tomb, NT: (event) Jesus is resurrected, NT: (event) The Last Supper, NT: (event) Jesus healing the blind, NT: (event) Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead, NT: (person) Lazerus, NT: (event) The Good Samaritan, NT: (event) The Prodigal Son.
It contains 27 books and is divided into four sections: the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), the Acts of the Apostles, the Epistles (letters), and the Book of Revelation. The New Testament provides an account of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the early Christian church. It is considered sacred by Christians, and its books were written in Greek in the 1st century CE.
The Gospels tell the story of Jesus' life, teachings, miracles, death, and resurrection, while the Acts of the Apostles is a history of the early Christian church and the spread of Christianity. The Epistles are letters written by early Christian leaders, such as Paul, to various communities and individuals, addressing issues and providing instruction for Christian living. The Book of Revelation, written by John, is a highly symbolic and apocalyptic work that is open to various interpretations.
The New Testament is considered as a continuation of the Old Testament, and is believed by Christians to be the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies and the revelation of God's plan for salvation through Jesus Christ.