The New Testament is the book that deals with Jesus Christ. It is that part of the Bible that was written after the coming of Christ, and that refers to the new covenant, or testament, that God has made with his people. This covenant is based on the good news that God has promised to save those who trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The New Testament not only tells this story; It also requires from its readers a decision and a vital commitment.
The New Testament is composed of twenty-seven books, written by some twelve authors over a period of approximately fifty years. Although varied in style and content, these books present a single theme that unites them: God's love for humanity, revealed in the person of Jesus Christ.
SPANISH / ENGLISH NEW TESTAMENT- Version Popular, and Today's English Version- Combining the Spanish Version Popular with the equivalent English translation, the Today's English Version, this New Testament is a useful aid to native speakers of either language. Parallel columns provide easy comparison of the two texts, verse by verse.
- Published: 1966
- Publisher: American Bible Society
- ISBN-10: 1585161586
- ISBN-13: 978-1585161584
- Dewey Decimal: 225.561
- ECHO Library: 225.561 BIB SPANISH