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Overview: New Testament

The New Testament If you open up a Bible to its table of contents, you will see it is made up of two large collections: the Old and New Testaments. The word “testament” refers to a covenant partnership, which is what both of these collections are all about. They tell one epic and complicated story of God’s covenant partnership with Israel and all humanity. The Old Testament is called “TaNaK” in Jewish tradition. It is a unified scroll collection of 39 Israelite texts that were over a thousand years in the making. In contrast, the 27 books of the New Testament all came into existence within 30 to 40 years of each other. They were all written by first-generation followers of Jesus. From an early period Christian communities began collecting these texts and reading them alongside the Old Testament as one unified story that leads to Jesus. The New Testament begins with four narrative books that together are called “the Gospel”. They tell the story of Jesus of Nazareth’s life, death and resurrection as an announcement of good news. They are followed by a fifth narrative work called “Acts of the Apostles”. Here, the risen Jesus commissions the apostles, a word that means “the sent ones”. They are appointed as Jesus’ representatives to spread the good news about him throughout the ancient world. After Acts comes a collection of letters from the apostles. These were written to provide teaching and guidance for local communities of Jesus’ followers called “churches”. There are 13 letters connected to the Apostle Paul. They are not arranged in the order of when they were written. But, rather, from the longest to the shortest. Then there is a letter to the Hebrews written by a close but unnamed associate of the apostles. After this are the letters of James, Jude, Peter and John. Two were brothers of Jesus and two were among his first followers. The last New Testament book is the Revelation, a letter to seven churches that reveals a prophetic word of challenging comfort to all of Jesus’ followers. So those are the books of the New Testament, but what are they about? And, how do they connect with the Old Testament to make up one unified story? Think of it this way: The Bible is one long epic narrative with multiple movements or acts. The Old Testament recounts the first series of acts that give you everything you need to make sense of the story to follow. The core themes and the plot conflict are arranged in design patterns. Then, in the New Testament, these are all picked up and carried forward to the story’s culmination in Jesus. Let me show you what I mean. The first act is about God and all of humanity. God provides a sweet garden temple for humans who are made to be God’s partners in ruling the world. But the humans are foolish. They give in to a dark temptation and rebel against God’s wisdom. So they are exiled into a wilderness where they start killing each other. They build cities that spread their selfishness and oppression, leading up to the big, bad city of Babylon. But, God loves the world and its foolish humans. So, he sets in motion a rescue plan by promising the arrival of a new human who will destroy the evil that has lured us into self-destruction. The next act of the biblical story is about God and Israel. It develops the themes and patterns of the first act. God calls a new humanity out of Babylon into a sweet garden land: Abraham, Sarah and his descendants, the Israelites. God promises that through them divine blessing will be restored to all of the nations. Surely, these are the new humans that we are waiting for. But the Israelites repeat humanity’s rebellion against God, building their own violent cities that lead to self-destruction and another exile in Babylon. But God sustains his promise that the new human will come from Abraham’s lineage. It will be a priest king who will now have to rescue both Israel and humanity from Babylon to restore God’s blessing to the world. Now, notice how these two acts are designed according to the same pattern. The second act is a longer and more violent version of the first. Together, they explore the tragic human condition. But they also highlight God’s promise which is developed more in the next act: the Old Testament prophets and poets. The prophets accused Israel and all nations of their evil. They announce that one day God himself would arrive to bring the day of the Lord and deliver his world from Babylon. He would do it through a promised royal priest who is going to suffer like a slave and die for the sins of Israel and all humanity. But, then he will be exalted as king over the nations. He will call others to leave Babylon and join the new covenant people who will partner with God to rule over a New Jerusalem. That is, over a new creation. So, the Old Testament concludes by anticipating a new act in the story. When you turn to the New Testament, it is the same story now being carried forward in Jesus. Let’s see how. The four Gospel accounts introduce Jesus of Nazareth both as the promised son of Abraham who will restore God’s blessing to the nations and also as that new human who will defeat evil and restore humanity to partnership with God. So, Jesus is portrayed as a human, and more! He went about announcing the arrival of God’s promised kingdom. He spoke and acted as if he was Israel’s divine king. But instead of calling himself “King”, Jesus referred to himself as the “Son of Man”. That is, the human one who would act like a servant. The Gospels are making the claim that in Jesus, Israel’s God has become the faithful Israelite and the true human that we are all made to be, but have failed to be. Jesus’ mission was to confront that dark evil that lurks underneath humanity’s evil, luring us into selfishness, violence and death. But, how do you defeat that kind of evil? The surprising answer in the Gospels is that Jesus overcame our evil by allowing it to kill him, on his paradoxical throne, the cross, where Jesus died for humanity’s evil and sin. And, it is where he lived out what he taught: that non-violence, forgiveness and self-giving love are the most powerful things in the universe. Because God’s love for his world is stronger than evil or death, Jesus was raised to new life as the prototype of a new humanity. This brings us to the story of Acts Through the Spirit, God empowers Jesus’ followers to spread the life and love of Jesus out into the world as they invite people to leave their old humanity and join Jesus’ multi-ethnic family: the new humanity. This is where the letters from the apostles fit into the story. Here, the apostles address early Christian communities. They show how the good news about the risen King Jesus change history and should reshape every part of our lives. They also explained the good news by constantly appealing to stories from the Old Testament and the stories of Jesus, showing us how to see our own life stories as part of the epic biblical story. So all humanity is trapped in a Babylonian exile, but Jesus came to create a new home. We are all living in different kinds of Egyptian slavery to selfishness and sin. But Jesus died as the Passover lamb to liberate us into the promised land. Our old humanity is bound for the dust of death, but Jesus’ resurrection opened up a new future for a new humanity. We live here in the current evil age but through Jesus and the Spirit a new creation has burst open here and now. This leads us to the book of Revelation where the whole biblical story comes together in powerful symbolism and imagery. Jesus is portrayed as a slaughtered bloody lamb who is exalted as the divine king of the world. He is leading his people out of slavery and exile in Babylon. As they resist Babylon’s influence, they may have to suffer alongside their slain leader. But when you follow the Risen King, not even death can prevent the dawn of the New Creation which is here depicted as a New Jerusalem garden temple, the true home of humanity after its long exile. So, on the Bible’s last page, heaven and earth are reunited. The new humans take up their appointed tasks from the Bible’s first page: to rule the world together in the love and power of God. The New Testament is a remarkable collection of documents. They represent the testimony of the apostles that points us to the Risen Jesus himself. Through God’s Spirit, these human words have been speaking a divine word of hope from the first century to the 21st. Each book shows how God, through Jesus and the Spirit, is leading our world to its ultimate goal in a renewed creation So, the story’s end is really the beginning of a new story that is yet to be told. That is what the New Testament is all about.

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  2. Yeah, so ummm….How come you guys did not elaborate on the specific Petrine office that Jesus established?
    'And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.' – the Gospel according to Saint Matthew Chapter sixteen verses eighteen and nineteen.

  3. The telephone directory has more truth than the bible. And it makes more sense. And it won't get you. Killed in southeast London.

  4. I love the Lord! Still even HE flipped over tables and chased out the money changers with a cord of three strands..
    Just saying Jesus was not all warm and fuzzy.. All of the time. I am NOT saying He was wrong.
    And when He returns.. He is not going to be nearly as warm and fuzzy as he was first time around.

  5. Jesus Christ founded the Roman Catholic Church through Peter "The Rock" in 33 AD. While Martin Luther and his Protestant associates begun REBELLING in the 1500's, you will never FOUND a single Protestant in 33 AD in the time of Jesus ALL followers of Jesus back then were ALL Catholic. The Roman Catholic Church is the ONLY Church that the apostles claimed was and is and will continue to be TRUE.

  6. It is deeply evident that the Holy Spirit is powerfully working through your ministry and imparting His wisdom in each of you as demonstrated by your ability to summarize, illustrate, and articulate the Bible so eloquently. Thank you for sharing this amazing content with us and allowing Jesus to shine so brightly through your each of your efforts. God bless

  7. I can not begin to describe how much these videos have taught me and how big of a blessing what you guys are doing here has been in my life. I’ve always loved animation and what you do here is truly inspiring. God bless you guys and continue to spread the good news.

  8. The New testament conflicts the Laws of Moses and Jesus Christ came to fullfill the laws with his covenant of a promise to those who uphold the laws of Moses and the gospel of Christ with the Laws in Our Heavenly Father Holy Bible in the book of Mathew.Our Heavenly Father sent his prophets directly from him and was in direct contact with Our Heavenly Father.
    Another issue is the book of Daniel and the Archangel Gabriel.Gabriel saved Daniel from the Lions den and gave him visions. Later Gabriel appeared again with Muhummad and the Quran.
    The Revelations Chapters told us that 1/ 3 fell from heaven and some hid and some were bounded.

    Angels were prescribed to the Heavens and some fell to the Earth out of rebellion there off spring were the Nephilim. The book of Enoch explains before Adam and Eve entered the garden.Enoch lived 365 years old and Our Heavenly Father took him directly.
    We have 365 days a year, I'm just saying.

  9. I don't feel the christian god's precense anymore…..
    I started to feel the presence of Odin the allfather. Odin is was one of the gods to my ancestors, and because my ancestors were from northern-Germany, they did not recognize the word Odin but instead Wotan/Wodin.
    I do not think that Odin is evil.

    Just like the christian god, Odin is caring but also can be judging.
    It's crazy that some christians say that I will go to hell because I am a heathen…..

  10. The New Testament was written by men as the books are always signed by the name of the authors who never say "the word of the Lord," or "thus says the Lord," like the OT Law & Prophets. NT writers use phrases such as "we urge you brothers," "we beseech you" and "I exhort you," but "I have no command from the Lord"-1 Cor 7.
    When the NT writers mention the "Scriptures" they are referring to the OT Law/Prophets "holy men who were moved by the holy spirit"-1st Peter
    And the NT writers never quote one another because no one thought the NT was scripture at the time when it was written.

  11. Thank you thank you thank you. This is the type of material I dreamt of bringing to the bible classes at my church! You all are doing it and doing it very well.

  12. Damn. I am muslim.. this video give me the IDEA Christianity is. Its like movie. Give us the backstrory –> character –> conflict –> climax –> conclusion.

  13. hello i'am a muslim and we have a subject RELIGIOUS STUDIES which is we are discusing about the bible, can you help me to understand or to summary all of the new testament..

  14. I wonder what salvation and rightenousness through faith is? and also why exalty he died on the cross; definetely we don't need to repent…why did you guys leave that out….

  15. New Testament is fake doctrine of the Roman Empire now the ROMAN Catholic. it is fiction. There is no JC in Israel. NT was originally written in Greek because Greeks writers wrote it. JC is a Greek name.

  16. First , the Gospels were not written by the own followers of Jesus bc they were illiterate Jews who did not speak and write in high literary Greek but Aramaic and Hebrew.
    The first Gospel was written at least 50 yrs after Jesus’s death. Life expectancy was 30-40 yrs at the time, so it’s not likely the own followers of Jesus who wrote them . Plus the Gospels were attributed with these names several centuries later.
    Where is it written in the Old Testament that the Messiah has to suffer and die for our sins ? Please, don’t bring up Isiah 53 bc the subject of the suffering servant all along Isiah is about Israel.
    The Messiah is not supposed to die before he accomplishes his mission which is to bring back Israel to the Holy Land, win other the enemies on the land, make the humanity have the knowledge of God and establish universal Peace…and he will have physical children. None of that was done by Jesus, it’s been 2000 years, and he even said that “these things will happen before this generation dies”…so sorry but Jesus is not the Messiah. And final note, The Lamb sacrifice was never a sin sacrifice, it was the symbol of killing the Egyptian god. So if Jesus was the lamb, it would mean that he was a pagan god

  17. So many problems here that I don't know where to begin. To understand the Bible contextually and thereby correctly, YouTube: norcalgrace

  18. LOL, SPOILER ALERTS! In the end we are delivered, healed and reign the new heaven&earth with Christ forever. Looooool spoiler alert!

  19. I watch these type of video in bible class, and it really helped me understand more about God, so I just want to say thank you 😌

  20. this is amazing and a very powerful introduction for me to the Bible! Excited to start my 365 day reading plan now 🙂

  21. Guys I say Jesus and felt his Love more than once, just know that he is present every moment, he don't want us to be perfect but trusting HIM and believing in HIS love and salvation. Jesus's power is so Beautiful, believe me you cannot grasp it, it comes to you and does what its supposed to do. He is God manifested, go on your knees and be honest with your self, be honest to him, confess what is on your heart, ask Jesus for guidence and ask him for his power to change your old ways. Everthing good in life comes from Jesus. Dont try to get it on your own. Be like the good wife and trust your Husband Jesus with everything !! Endure and you will be exhalted with him as our Father promised. May God our Father bless you, in Jesus name i pray. Amen Amen Amen

  22. Understanding the difference between Old Testament (OT) and New Testament(NT)

    The New Testament is OLDER than the Old Testament/Covenant. Specifically, the New Testament is 430 years older than the Old Testament. In Galatians 3 vs 17 – 18, the apostle Paul says, “And this I say, that the covenant, that was confirmed before of God in Christ, the law, which was four hundred and thirty years after, cannot disannul, that it should make the promise of none effect. For if the inheritance be of the law, it is no more of promise: but God gave it to Abraham by promise”KJV.

    A Testament/covenant does not come into existence until the death of its testator/mediator. Sadly, those who assembled the Bible appear to have missed this obvious gospel truth, and it’s causing a lot of confusion to many folks out there! Me and you have as a result been erroneously taught that Old Testament ends in Malachi 4 vs 6. But, this is NOT true according to what Scripture says! The word of God says in Hebrews 9 vs 16 – 17, “For where a testament is, there must also of necessity be the death of the testator. For a testament is of force after men are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at all while the testator liveth” KJV.

    The Old Testament ends at Golgotha, when Jesus was crucified (Matthew 27; Mark 15; Luke 23; & John 19). At Calvary, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ put an end to the old order (Old Testament) and that is why when He had received the vinegar which was put to his mouth, Jesus said the words, “IT IS FINISHED” Read John 19 vs 28 -30. It marked the end of the Law of Moses (the Mosaic Covenant or the Old Testament – which is made up of 613 laws, including the 10 commandments God gave to Moses on Mount Sinai/Horeb: Exodus 20).

    It was at Calvary where Jesus put an end to the Law of Moses/Old Testament. Remember He came to fulfill the Law as he had said before going to the Cross, “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled” Matthew 5 vs 17 – 20. But, we see when the Risen Jesus Christ appears to the disciples at Jerusalem, He says, “..These are the words which I spake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be FULFILLED, which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning me.” Luke 24 vs 44 KJV.

    Now, take note of this… A testament/covenant has its own laws and two different covenants cannot be run concurrently; the two CANNOT coexist without confusion. Glory to the Most High God!!! Here’s why we have this, “Above when he said, Sacrifice and offering and burnt offerings and offering for sin thou wouldest not, neither hadst pleasure therein; which are offered by the LAW; Then said he, Lo, I come to do thy will, O God. He TAKETH away the first (Old Testament or the Law of Moses), that he may establish the second (New Testament). Hebrews 10 vs 8 -9 KJV. The word of God says in Hebrews 8 vs 13, “In that he saith, A new covenant, he hath made the first old. Now that which DECAYETH and WAXETH old is ready to vanish away”. Colossians 2 vs 13 & 14 “And you, being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh, hath he quickened together with him, having forgiven you all trespasses; BLOTTING OUT THE HANDWRITING OF ORDINANCES that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his CROSS”.

    Jesus Christ, the Anointed One of God, is the FULFILMENT of the Law of Moses! But someone may ask, ‘What do you mean when you say Christ is the fulfillment of the Law? Well, here’s your answer…”For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh: That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit”: Romans 8 vs 3 – 4 KJV.

    Beloved, are you not trying to make yourself righteous by observing the Law of Moses? Are you not a well-respected and highly honored member of your church because you’re a faithful tither? Are you not trying so hard to keep the Sabbath/7th day? Don’t you observe the Passover feast? Do they not read out loud the ten commandments from the pulpit without preaching the revealed word of God from these laws?

    Everything written in the Old Testament was prophesying about the suffering, death, resurrection and glorification of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. In the book of Acts, we see the apostle Paul testifying Christ before king Agrippa and Festus, saying the following words, “Having therefore obtained help of God, I continue unto this day, witnessing both to small and great, saying NONE OTHER THINGS than those which the prophets and Moses did say should come: That Christ should SUFFER, and that he should be the first that should RISE from the dead, and should shew light unto the people, and to the Gentiles” Acts 26 vs 22 – 23 KJV.

    The Old Testament is a shadow of the New Testament! I must be beside myself…what do I mean?!!!

    When God gave instructions for the Passover in Exodus 12, it was a shadow/prophecy/allegory, or in other words, a type of Christ as the true Passover. In 1 Corinthians 5 vs 7, the apostle Paul says, “Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us”

    When God commanded the children of Israel to keep the Sabbath, it was all about the rest that Christ would give to the believers/saints or those whom God chose before the foundation of the world. Christ is our 7TH Day; so we rest in Him. This is the rest spoken about in Hebrews 4 from verse 1 – 11; the same rest Jesus was speaking about in Matthew 11 vs 28 & 29, “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls”KJV

  23. I just wanted to add a little bit about the Apostles. There is a difference between "disciples" and "apostles." All apostles are disciples, but not all disciples are apostles. During his ministry Jesus, who was called "the Nazarene," had over a hundred disciples. Most people in ancient Judea would have returned home once Jesus left town. The Disciples followed him from town to town. The apostles were disciples who were authorized by Jesus to preach on his behalf without supervision. 

    Most people only mention the 12 male apostles. Jesus had 7 female apostles as well and they have been all but erased from history by Constantine and the Church of Rome in the 5th Century.

    The 12 Male Apostles we all know are:
    1) Simon (Called “Peter” or “Cephas” which means “Rock”)
    2) Andrew (brother of Peter, a fisherman and former disciple of John the Baptist, and also the First-Called Apostle)
    3) James (John's brother, “Son of Zebedee,” or “Boanerges,” which means “Son of Thunder”)
    4) John (James’ brother – “Son of Zebedee,” or “Boanerges” which means "Son of Thunder" – Known as the only apostle who was not martyred, and is associated with the Gospel of John)
    5) Philip
    6) Thaddeus "Judas, son of James"
    7) Bartholomew "son of Talemai" which is a from Ptolemais.
    8) Thomas (also referred to as “Didymous Judas Thomas.” His real name is Judas or Jude, but his spiritual name "Thomas" or "T'oma'" is Aramaic for “twin” and “Didymous” is Greek for “twin” so he is referred to twice as the “twin" – once in Aramaic and once in Greek – this is a major significance that is all too often overlooked)
    9) James (commonly identified as "James the Lesser" – Matthew's/Levi's brother, son of Alphas)
    10) Matthew (the tax collector, identified as Levi son of Alphaeus – James the Lesser’s brother and associated with the Gospel of Matthew)
    11) Simon the Canaanite (called "Simon the Zealot", some identify with Simeon of Jerusalem, Thaddeus' brother)
    12) Judas Iscariot (the name Iscariot may refer to Jewish nationalist insurrectionists or to Issachar; he was replaced as an apostle in the Book of Acts by Matthias)

    The 7 Female Apostles, who deserve to be remembered are:
    1) Mary Magdalene (sometimes called simply “the Magdalene” or “the Madeleine” – Mary's nickname “Magdalene” may indicate that she came from the town of Magdala, a fishing town on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee – however it may have also been a spiritual name given to her by Jesus like Simon was renamed “Peter” which means “Rock”; Judas was renamed “Thomas” which means “Twin,” etc. The word “Mandala” means “Tower.” She may be properly referred to as “Mary who is called the 'Tower.’” Also Mary is mentioned by name more than any other disciple in the gospels which only points more concretely toward her greatness and significants – she was also present at the crucifixion, at the empty tomb, and she was the first apostle to witness the risen Christ. Unfortunately, Mary has been slandered by the Church fathers of the 4th and 5th centuries who used their authority to lead people to believe that Mary was a reformed prostitute – but nowhere in the gospels is Mary ever referred to as a prostitute)
    2) Mary (Mother of Jesus who was also present at the crucifixion and empty tomb)
    3) Salome (She was also present at the crucifixion and at the empty tomb. Her real name was Mary and she was renamed "Salome" by Jesus. Her spiritual name, "Salome" is a name that connotes wisdom. "Salome" is the female version of name "Salomon" – the famous king who was renowned for his wisdom)
    4) Joanna (she was a woman of Herod’s court who Jesus healed – she bankrolled Jesus’ movement)
    5) Susanna (she also bankrolled the Jesus Movement)
    6) Mary of Bethany (Sister of Lazarus, who Jesus raised from the dead)
    7) Martha of Bethany (Sister of Lazarus)

  24. 😭😭😭😭 These videos are my new addiction! I can watch them all day, i cant stop! The animation is jus sooooo good!!!

  25. Wow explained so well . Thank you god for using these men to clarify & let us understand your word better.

  26. Excellent!!!! Finally! After all the misery of the OT and the depravity/failure of human nature in the wickedness of our hearts, finally we have a SAVIOR!! Very well done.

  27. Why no mention of the salvation through destruction of Humanity to rid us of evil by murdering everyone on Earth?

  28. You guys at TBP are truly God's gift to us all. We are blest by your creative narrations and art works to help us to understand the Bible – visually and cognitively. My family loves your work deeply.

  29. Interesting drawing of Pilate. The whole reason he washed his hands was because he didn't want anything to do with what was going on. He wasn't interested in Jesus being crucified.

  30. This helped me catch up when I transferred to a Christian school

    I'm in 9th grade and I started knowing nothing about anything (not even a single prayer or a Bible story) but the Bible Project really helped me a lot.

  31. What does "1000 years in the making" mean? From creation up to Christ's time on earth minus 400ish years right before Christ- was about 4000 years and OT covered that period. You guys ever consider doing some sort of timeline of events? Thanks

  32. I use this as a resource for my religious education classes. Your explanations are brilliant and 'humanise' many of the people of the bible. In doing that it is easier for students to connect with the bible as a historical document as opposed to collection of stories from 2000 years ago. For example your video on the letters of St Paul gave a great insight into the aspects of society in the region at that time. Corinth being a port town and the way the Corinthians lived formed an integral way his letters were structured. My students immediately formed a picture of that society and how the letters were relevant and specific to that particular situation (eg the formation of 'factions") Well done.

  33. And, I suspect that once we enter into the New Earth, a wonderful new story will be told that will continue the Bible. Truely . . . . . . the ultimate "Neverending Story?" with an infinite number of heroes, adventures and eternity to unfold. God, this is so exciting. I pray that I get to meet the Archangel Michael. He strikes me as "pretty awesome." Amen.

  34. These videos are so beautiful and easy to grasp. I feel like an eager child while watching them. The happiness that comes from understanding is just too good. All i can say is 'Thank you' x 1000

  35. This is such bullshit if people are good or evil it doesnt matter because god made you that way the same way he allows evil to exist come on the all powerful perfect god cant get his shit together and fix everything with a snap of his fingers but he would rather send us his "son" a middle man to sing us songs and tell us stories about how great and powerful his dad is lmao

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