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Summary of the books of the New Testament Books

Matthew The book of Matthew is in the gospel genre. The book of Matthew starts with the genealogy of Jesus. It tells the story of Jesus’ birth from the Virgin Mary. In this book King Herod decrees that any baby under the age of two in the area of Bethlehem was to be killed. When Jesus goes back to Nazareth he is baptized by John the Baptist. He then begins to preach about Heaven and restates the Law. During this time Jesus healed many people. At this time he had his Disciples with him and they witnessed his miracles and his teachings. The Pharisees and High Priests considered him a threat and began to plot to have him killed. This is where Judas, one of the disciples comes in and turns on Jesus. He turns him in and he is crucified on the cross. Three days later he rises from the dead and sends word to his Disciples that he has returned.
Acts
The book of Acts is from the narrative genre. The book of Acts starts with a retelling of Jesus’ life before and after the crucifixion. It is a good example of how the early church operated. It shows God’s power and His wisdom. In this book Matthias is chosen to replace Judas as a disciple. The apostles continue to preach God’s word and the Apostles are arrested and they are released from prison by an Angel of God. We again see an angel come to Peters rescue when he is arrested and James is killed. The book of Acts stresses the significance of being obedient to God’s word. In the end of Acts we find Paul being held by guards and he is still preaching the Word of God to the people. 1 Corinthians The book of 1 Corinthians is from the epistle genre. This book is a letter written by Paul to the church of Corinth. The main…...

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