Jesus said in the New Testament
Matthew chapter 5 verse 17 the spirit through the word of life says think not that i am come to destroy the law or the prophets i am not come to destroy but to fulfil
as you can see the only thing were not supposed to do is the burning of animals and birds Jesus was the last sacrifice now don't be fooled don't say to yourself i wouldn't have persecuted Jesus if i was there in those days were saved by the truth meaning worshipping the spirit of god he can do all things be truthful with him
"Don't think I've come to abolish the Law and the Prophets. I have not come to abolish them, but to fulfill them. The truth is, until Heaven and Earth pass away, not the smallest part of a letter, will be done away with until it is all fulfilled."
And Jesus fulfilled it.
Now that faith has come, we are no longer under the supervision of the law.
it is still the same sin except, Jesus preached about it in the new testament
Because the Old Testament hasn't been deleted. We still use the Old Testsament, after all it has a lot of value in it and it is God's Word. Jesus also speaks from the Old Testament. The New Testament begins a new covenant, two new commandments and how we are able to return to God.
he is in the old testament
The Old Testament.
The Hebrew Old Testament is written in Hebrew. The original Catholic Old Testament was translated from the Greek Septuagint (a Greek translation of the Hebrew Scripture made in the 3rd century B.C.) to Latin, and together with the Latin New Testament was called the Vulgate. Today the Catholic Old Testament is still in Latin, but there are venacular translations available everywhere.
Jews believe in the Old Testament exclusively. Christians believe in the Old Testament along with the New Testament.
Arranged from the new testament and the old testament. Arranged from the new testament and the old testament.
There are prophecies in the old testament fulfilled in the new testament.
Jesus was in the new testament and not the old testament.
Christians still call the Hebrew Bible the Old Testament.
Oh no the old testament is very important as the prophets in the old testament have their prophecies fulfilled in the new testament.
The Old Testament is divided as the Old Testament is about before the birth of Christ. And the New Testament is about after the birth of Christ and the Apostles books. Also, the New Testament was never a part of the Old Testament anyway as it was written hundreds of years after it.
The prophecies of the Old Testament are fulfilled in the New Testament, therefore a Christian has faith that both the Old Testament and the New Testament are the Word of God.
The value of the Old Testament is to allow us to understand the New Testament. The Old Testament points to the New Testament and shows us why we need a savior.
No, the Old Testament is longer than the New Testament. The Old Testament covers the time from creation until the birth of Christ.
the old testament was first written in greek and the new testament in Hebrew
In short, the old testament is the new testament concealed, the new is the old revealed. The old testament is before the human birth of Jesus, the new is during and after.
My favorite chapter Proverbs in the Old Testament.
The book of Job can be found in the Old Testament.
a person from the old testament
There are 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New Testament (a total of 66 books in the Bible). There are 23,145 verses (KJV) in the Old Testament and 7,957 verses (KJV) in the New Testament. If all verses were equal, that would put the Old Testament at 74.4% and the New Testament at 25.6% of the entire Bible.
The old testament was before Jesus, and the new testament is during and after Jesus time.
It is hard to put a figure on it, because the New Testament authors did not always show clearly that they were citing the Old Testament or, in other cases, that they were weaving a New Testament story around an Old Testament theme. As a result, new references are almost constantly being found. The New Testament contains so many quotations, allusions and echoes of the Old Testament that sometimes it seems the New Testament is the Old Testament in disguise.
There are books in the Old Testament, letters are in the New Testament.
The Old Testament is often referred to as the Scriptures in the New Testament.