The New Testament was originally written in Koine Greek.
New Testament Bibles are translated from this original language into their receptor language.
The Following New Testament Studies are Available:
The New Testament Gospel of: Luke
Luke wrote his Gospel so that his readers would understand that the gospel is for all, both Jews and Gentiles alike.
The New Testament Gospel of : John
The theme of John’s Gospel is that Jesus is the promised Messiah and Son of God. By believing in Jesus, people can have eternal life
The New Testament Book of: Acts
Unique among the NT writings, in that its main purpose is to record a selective history of the early church after the resurrection of Christ.
The New Testament Book of: Galatians
Galatians stands as one of the four 'capital' epistles of Paul. The others being Romans & 1st & 2nd Corinthians.
The New Testament Book of: Ephesians
It is God’s energizing action, through His Holy Spirit, in fulfilling His purpose with His earthly creation.
The New Testament Book of: Philippians
Philippians’ themes of joy, fellowship, love and suffering, humility and perseverance will strike a chord in many a heart.
The New Testament Book of: Colossians
Christ is Lord over all of creation, including the invisible realm. He has secured redemption for his people, enabling them to participate with Him in his death, resurrection, and fullness.
The New Testament Book of: 1st Thessalonians
The most prominent theme in 1st Thessalonians is the second coming of Jesus. It is mentioned in every chapter of the book.
The New Testament Book of: 2nd Thessalonians
The theme of the second coming of Jesus dominates 2nd Thessalonians just as it dominated 1st Thessalonians.
The New Testament Book of: 1st Timothy
The theme of 1 Timothy is that the gospel leads to practical, visible change in the lives of those who believe it. Church order is also covered with practical instruction on what God's ordained roles are for His people.
The New Testament Book of: 2nd Timothy
Second Timothy is a bold, clear call for perseverance in the gospel in spite of suffering. Paul calls on his young coworker to continue the fight of faith, even as Paul approaches the end of his own life.
The New Testament Book of: Titus
The theme of Titus is the inseparable link between faith and practice, belief and behavior. This truth is the basis for its critique of false teaching as well as its instruction in Christian living and qualifications for church leaders.
The New Testament Book of: Philemon
A story of true friendship between the apostle Paul and Philemon and how friends in Christ are to respond to each other and hold each other accountable in very difficult situations.
The New Testament Book of: Hebrews
The soteriology (salvation teaching) of Hebrews is rooted in its Christology—the Son of God became the heavenly high priest, who offered himself as a sacrifice once for all.
The New Testament Book of: James
James has oft been a book that believers turn to when they need to reground themselves as to what the evident life of a Christian looks like to the rest of the world.
The New Testament Book of: 1st John
In 1st John the author calls readers back to the three basics of Christian life: true doctrine, obedient living, and fervent devotion.
The New Testament Book of: 2nd John
The focus of 2nd John is living in the love of God in accordance with the truth of Jesus Christ. Also, discover who the "chosen lady" is.
The New Testament Book of: 3rd John
The theme of 3rd John is steadfastness in the face of opposition. John encourages believers to "walk in truth".
The New Testament Book of: Jude
Jude warns against following those who have surreptitiously gained entry to the church and are perverting the one true faith with false teaching.
The New Testament Book of: Revelation
The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show to His servants the things that must soon take place.
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