GENESIS; Exodus; Leviticus; Numbers; Deuteronomy; Joshua; Judges; Ruth; 1-2 Samuel; 1-2 Kings; 1-2 Chronicles; Ezra; Nehemiah; Esther; Job; Psalms; Proverbs; Ecclesiastes. Yes, they are spelled correct. That is actually the first 20 books of The Bible - which may be what the questioner meant anyway. (The first 20 chapters are of course Genesis 1 - 20.).
The first prophet in the Old Testament is Abraham. He appears in Genesis 20:7. He is also known as the friend of God and the father of the elect.
The New Testament books were all written after Christ's resurrection. It is a separate testament from the Old Testament. We can see looking back all the many hints given in the Old Testament of a new and better testament to come, but hind sight is 20 20, as it was in large part hidden from the people living in the time of the Old Testament. All of the books of the Old Testament were written 400 years before Christ and earlier. The New Testament, as the Old Testament are both completely inspired by God.
there is 20
It is mentioned in the old testament. The book of Exodus chapter 20 verse 12.
Pharoah, in Genesis 40:20. It is also the only birthday party referred to in the Bible.
There are 61 chapters in the entire series.Book 1: 20 chaptersBook 2: 20 chaptersBook 3: 21 chapters
18 all the way though, until the most recent chapters (near the end of 2010) where she is 20.
There is no Saint Paul chapter 20-21 in the Bible. The apostle Paul wrote several letters in the New Testament but none of them have 20 chapters
in the book the janitors boy there is 20 chapters in the book the janitors boy there is 20 chapters
It is approximately 20% of the Bible. There is much of the Old Testament mentioned in the New Testament. Isaiah is quoted the most and referred to as the 'little Bible.'
50 times - 30 times in the Old Testament and 20 times in the New Testament.
The ten commandments are specifically given in the Old Testament in Exodus 20 and restated in Deuteronomy 5. References also appear throughout the Old and New Testament.
There are 20 chapters
NOAnswer:Samuel was an Old Testament character, but he is mentionedthree times in the New Testament; in Acts 3:24 and 13:20, and in Hebrews 11:32.
Primarily the Old Testament but many fail to understand that the New Testament is a continuation of the Old with about 20% of the Old directly quoted or indirectly referred to - Isaiah for instance.
There are 20 chapters in "The City of Ember", not including a short prologue.
In the King James Version of the Bible, the word faith is in the Old Testament two times, in Deuteronomy 32:20 and Habakkuk 2:4. The word believe is in the Old Testament 19 times.
It can be found in the old testament in the book of Moses called Exodus, chapter 20 verse 20.
The book has 20 chapters.
There are 20 chapters i think.
there are 20 chapters in the sea of monsters. (its a good book and so is the series!!!)