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What is the difference for the old testament and the New Testament?


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2011-09-14 09:36:58
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the Old Testament was first written in greek and the new testament in Hebrew

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The Bible is comprised of the Old Testament and the New Testament. The New Testament is part of the Bible. The Bible is made up of 66 books: 39 in the Old Testament and 27 In the New Testament.

The difference is that the Holy Spirit was there only when you needed help in the Old Testament and in the New Testament, the Holy Spirit was in all believers at any time.

Faith in the old Testament was embraced by and existed in promise only; whereas in the New Testament faith was embraced by and existed in the fulfilled promise.

it is still the same sin except, Jesus preached about it in 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.

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.

old testament means old days like in the beginning of the world. and then the new tesament is the end of the world

People were not baptized in the Old Testament. Instead, there was circumcision of males at 8 days of age.

The two parts of the Bible are the Old Testament and the New Testament.

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.

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.

The old testament was before Jesus, and the new testament is during and after Jesus time.

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 Old Testament altar was for the purpose of blood sacrifices. The New Testament altar is symbolic since Christ sacrificed his life and no more sacrifices are needed.

Jesus was in the new testament and not the old testament.

No, the Old Testament is longer than the New Testament. The Old Testament covers the time from creation until the birth of Christ.

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.

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 New Testament. All gospels are in the New Testament.

Yes, the Old testament was quite avaliable to the New Testament writers.

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.

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.

There are 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 in the New Testament.

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