New redating testament
Most Israelis have never read a word of the New Testament!
So we have produced the New Testament in Audio CD format.
" Answer: While the Bible is a unified book, there are differences between the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is foundational; the New Testament builds on that foundation with further revelation from God.
The Old Testament contains many prophecies that are fulfilled in the New.
The Old Testament provides the history of a people; the New Testament focus is on a Person.
The Old Testament shows the wrath of God against sin (with glimpses of His grace); the New Testament shows the grace of God toward sinners (with glimpses of His wrath).
The Old Testament records the giving of God’s Law, and the New Testament shows how Jesus the Messiah fulfilled that Law (Matthew ; Hebrews 10:9).The Old Testament saw paradise lost for Adam; the New Testament shows how paradise is regained through the second Adam (Christ).The Old Testament declares that man was separated from God through sin (Genesis 3), and the New Testament declares that man can be restored in his relationship to God (Romans 3—6). The Gospels record Jesus’ life, and the Epistles interpret His life and how we are to respond to all He has done.The book of Hebrews describes how Jesus is the true High Priest and how His one sacrifice replaces all previous sacrifices, which were mere foreshadowings.
The Passover lamb of the Old Testament (Ezra ) becomes the Lamb of God in the New Testament (John ). The New Testament clarifies that the Law was meant to show men their need of salvation and was never intended to be the means of salvation (Romans ).
In the Old Testament, God’s dealings are mainly with His chosen people, the Jews; in the New Testament, God’s dealings are mainly with His church (Matthew ).