This is an older post acting as a stop-gap until I can get my laptop fixed. The computer I’m using is so slow that this post should be considered a near miracle.
Everybody knows it. The Bible is composed of two parts: what we have come to call the Old Testament and the New Testament. Too, most people understand that by the Old Testament we mean the 39 books of the Protestant Bible. These are the same books which in a different arrangement and enumeration make up the 22 books of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible. In similar fashion the New Testament is the name given by Christians to the 27 “Apostolic” books written before the close of the First Century A.D.
What fewer people know is that these designations for the two parts of the Bible are not themselves found in the Bible. Nowhere in the 66 books is…
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