Since the Christians initially had the Old Testament scriptures as their 'Bible' and frequently quoted from it in the New Testament, some of the names for God carry over into the New. Most frequently simply the term God is used. Jesus in referring to God calls Him Father. The New Testament in completion of the Old adds the revelation of Jesus Christ as being a name for God, as one of the divine persons in the trinity. The Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost (KJV) is also God in the New Testament and fully equal as such with the other three persons.
Other uses are references to God as the 'God of our fathers..' see Acts 3:13 and 5:30 and the 'God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob..' see Acts 3:13 (these are common Old Testament usages) Acts 7:2 refers to Him as the 'God of glory.' In Luke 1:32, 35 and 76 He is referred to as 'the Highest.' Luke 1:68 terms Him 'the Lord God of Israel'.
'Lord', a frequently used Old Testament name for God is applied both to the Father in Luke 2:29 but most frequently by far it is applied to Jesus.
Light - ascribed both to the Father "God is light" and to Jesus "I am the light of the world"
Alpha and Omega, referring to God's timelessness is again ascribed to both Jesus and the Father.
Revelation 1:8 (King James Version)
8I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.
Revelation 1:11 (King James Version)
11Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto
Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.
Revelation 1:17-18 (King James Version)
17And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last:
18I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death.
Revelation 1:17 gives us another name for God, which is simultaneously an attribute - 'the Almighty'.
the god in old testament the same as in the new testament.
In the new testament god does not appear to anybody.
No, God is the same in the New and Old Testaments of the Bible. The New Testament came about because Jesus was sent to Earth to atone for our sins, but God remained the same.
This is not an entirely accurate statement of the Gnostic Christian belief about the nature of God. They could not believe that the harsh and unjust God of the Old Testament was the same as the loving and forgiving God of the New Testament, so they believed there must be two gods. The God of the Old Testament became the Demiurge, while the supreme God is the God of the New Testament. Thus, God of the New Testament is good and the Demiurge, the God of the Old Testament, is the bad God.
The difference of the sons of god , in the two testaments are that in the old testament Jesus is the son of god. But in the New Testament we to can be the sons of god . If only we do believe that Jesus died for our sins.
Sydney A. Dunn has written: 'Jehovah God in the Old Testament is Jesus Christ in the New Testament' -- subject(s): Names in the Bible, God, Name, Lord's Supper
Many Gnostics saw the God of the Old Testament as an angry and capricious god, who demanded sacrifices, encouraged genocide and was vain, in that he demanded constant worship. They could not imagine that the God of the Old Testament could be the same god as the loving god of the New Testament. Because they could not see the Old Testament God and the New Testament God to be the same, they decided that the Old Testament God was a lesser god, who was not even aware of the New Testament God in the higher heavens. Thus, he believed himself to be the only God and the Lord of creation, but there was (in Gnostic view) a higher God. To many, it was not so much that the Old Testament God was evil, it was that he was wholly ignorant.
In the Old Testament a Messiah was promised by God to come into the world. In the New Testament the Messiah arrives, that Messiah is Jesus Christ, the Son of God. This is what basically links the Old Testament to the New Testament.
Jesus taught the kingdom of God in the New Testament. The kingdom of God means God's way of doing things.
It is Jehovah.
It is called the New Testament because it was written after the Old Testament and tells of the new "testament" which means covenant or agreement between God and man. The old testament or covenant with Moses was fulfilled in Christ and this is the story of the New testament.
Every single book, page, and sentence is important in the New Testament. If God has had it written it is important. God does not fool around or mince His words. All of the New Testament is important.
The names of the first four books of the New Testament are Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
The division of the old testament and the new Testament is because the new testament comes a new covenant that allows the gentiles to become God's people and children of Abraham. The new covenant is about delivering God's word to people other than the Israelites and to reestablish His kingdom on Earth because we had parted so far from his word and had become traditionalist instead of truly following what God wanted.
I regard New Testament as grace frow GOD.
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.
It is important to read God's word wherever it is found. So, yes, it is important to read the New Testament, the Old Testament, and anything else that God reveals.
Their names were Nicodemus and Zachaeus.
The first book in the new testament is called Gospel of Matthew.
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.
Because it was written first, and is about the first covenant God made with Israel. The New Testament is about the second covenant God made with all Christians, Jewish and Gentile.
The old testament is all the teachings of God and of God's people (Moses for example) from before the life and death of Jesus Christ. The New Testament is all of the teachings of Jesus. Judaism believe in the Old testament, where as Christians believe in both, the Old and New Testaments.
The phrase "Son of God" occurs 47 times in The King James Version of The New Testament.
Every book in the New Testament names Jesus. Of course, Jesus is not mentioned in the Old Testament.