New Testament

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Title Scripture Speaker Date Length
Previous New Testament Message - Follow The Leader 1 Corinthians 4:9-21 Pastor Paul M. Reiner 2017-05-14 36:48


Author: Matthew
Date: c. 50 AD

Synopsis: This is an account of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, focusing on Jesus’ role as the true king of the Jews.


Author: John Mark
Date: c. 68 AD
Synopsis: This gospel is the account of the earthly ministry of Jesus Christ emphasizing Him as the Servant of Jehovah.


Author: Luke
Date: c. 60 AD
Synopsis: This gospel is the account of Jesus' earthly ministry emphasizing Him and the perfect man.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 56 AD
Synopsis: Paul writes a disciplinary letter to a fractured church in Corinth, and answers some questions that they’ve had about how Christians should behave.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 50 AD

Synopsis: Sometimes called the "Magna Carta of the New Testament" Paul admonishes the readers not to be entangled in keeping the Mosaic Law but live in the freedom of grace.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 60 AD

Synopsis: Paul writes to the church at Ephesus about how to walk in grace, peace, and love.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 51 AD

Synopsis: Paul has heard a good report on the church at Thessalonica, and encourages them to “excel still more” in light of the Lord's return.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 67 AD

Synopsis: Written just before his execution, Paul encourages Timothy to remain faithful to God in spite of the times of apostasy that will come.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 65 AD

Synopsis: Paul counsels Titus in developing new-founded churches into mature congregations.


Author: Paul
Date: c. 60 (One of Paul's Prison Epistles)

Synopsis: Onesimus, a slave, escaped to Rome where he encounters Paul and receives Jesus Christ as Savior.  Paul sends Onesimus back to Philemon as a brother in Christ.

Author: Unknown
Date: c. 68 AD

Synopsis: A letter written to Jewish believers who were tempted to return to Judaism, encouraging them to remain faithful to Jesus Christ who is "better" (the fulfillment of) than all that the Old Testament pictured.


Author: Peter
Date: c. 66 AD

Synopsis: Written just before his death, Peter reminds his readers of the authority of Scripture, its perversion by false teachers and the coming Day of the Lord.


Author: John
Date: c. 95 AD

Synopsis: The title of the book, Revelation (not revelations) of Jesus Christ is what the book is about.  Jesus is revealed in His relation to the church and the world, both in time past, present and future.


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