- Where do the Old and New Testaments come from?
- Where did the terms Old Testament and New Testament come from?
Where do the Old and New Testaments come from?
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This week I want to dig more deeply into the origins of the Bible. We will tackle the New Testament later in the series. Several early portions of the Old Testament were originally recited orally and passed down from generation to generation through memorization and repetition. Most of Genesis, as well as probably Ruth and Judges were all originally spoken, rather than written. How do we know this?
The Old Testament is thousands of years old, and contains accounts stretching back to the beginning of time. This ancient collection of books provides the foundation of both Judaism and Christianity. So where did it come from? How did these age-old traditions, stories, and commandments make their way to modern times? These are important questions.
We recognize their names immediately. Their names are attached to the first four books of the New Testament. And most important of all, their writings are almost all we have describing the mortal life of Jesus Christ and the things He said. The first four books of the New Testament are called the Gospels. Can you imagine how exciting it would have been for people who were just learning about the Savior to have someone read to them the things He said and did?
The Bible is called testaments because there is 2 different testaments the new testament and the old testament the new testament is after Jesus was born and the old testament was before Jesus was born. The Old and New Testaments. Yes, commonly they do. The bible is divided into old and new testament and not a book. There are two testaments in the Bible. The Old and the New Testaments. To both the old and new testaments.
Where did the terms Old Testament and New Testament come from?
Books of the Bible Song (New Testament)