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New Testament Books Of The Bible

  1. Matthew
  2. Mark
  3. Luke
  4. John
  5. Acts
  6. Romans
  7. 1 Corinthians
  8. 2 Corinthians
  9. Galatians
  10. Ephesians
  11. Philippians
  12. Colossians
  13. 1 Thessalonians
  14. 2 Thessalonians
  15. 1 Timothy
  16. 2 Timothy
  17. Titus
  18. Philemon
  19. Hebrews
  20. James
  21. 1 Peter
  22. 2 Peter
  23. 1 John
  24. 2 John
  25. 3 John
  26. Jude
  27. Revelation
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Is the name Judith in the Bible?

Correct, Judith is in the bible. The Book of Judith is a deuterocanonical book, included in the Septuagint and the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christian Old Testament of the Bible

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If by "sacred writings" you mean the Bible then, The Bible teaches: the non Christian how to put his relationship right with God and the Christian how to walk in fellowship with God.

What is the Jewish equivalent of a bible?

The Old Testament! The Hebrew Bible or Tanach, is a Christian's Old Testament. Their's is in a little different order than your traditional Christian bible having Torah first (same first 5 books yours has) then the prophets, then the writings. Do note that the use of "testament" regarding both the Old and New is better translated as covenant seeing God is not recorded as writing wills, he is rcorded as making and keeping covenants.CorrectionThe Jewish Bible is called the Tanach and is made up of the Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), and K'tuvim (Writings). The Christian Old Testament is based on the Tanach but was greatly altered to support the teachings of Christianity.

What is Christian holy writings?

Yes it was what you were thinking......... a "BIBLE"

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The Old Testament and the New Testament.

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Is Luke in the Hebrew Bible or Christian New Testament?

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The writings of the Hebrews are found in what?

The Hebrews wrote the Hebrew Bible. A Christianized version of these writings is called "The Old Testament".

Why were letters written in the New Testament?

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What writings were included in the new testament of the bible?

The 27 books that were there from the beginning. The 14 or 15 books of the Apocrypha are accepted by some churches but rejected by most Christians, from the time of the disciples.

What is the Hebrew Bible and what are the three parts?

The Hebrew Bible is a collection 24 ancient books that form the basis of all forms of Judaism. It's three parts are the Torah (תורה), the Prophets (נביאים), and the Writings (כתובים). Furthermore, translations of the Hebrew Bible are included in the Christian Bible, where it is referred to as "the Old Testament". But this term usually only refers to the translated versions of the text.

What is the difference between Bible and the New Testament?

The Bible contains both the Old and New Testaments, so the New Testament is the part of the Bible dealing with the life and teachings of Christ and His Apostles. [Sometimes, "the Bible" refers to the Old Testament only, when speaking about the pre-Christian era, because it was actually the whole Bible, not only for Jews, but also for Christians, until the late apparition of the NT writings.]