The New Testament Bible Reading Plan

The New Testament Bible Reading PlanNew Testament is a great place to focus on when reading the Bible. The New Testament centers on the life of Jesus and the work of his followers.

Instead of reading straight through from Matthew to Revelation, our New Testament reading plan mixes the various books together for a more varied reading schedule.

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There are 27 books in the New Testament, written by various authors, the most prolific of which was Paul.

The New Testament contains:

  • Four biographies of Jesus, called the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), which document Jesus’ life and teaching from different perspectives and for different audiences.
  • The book of Acts covers the history of the early church and was written by Dr. Luke.
  • Twenty-one books are letters (called epistles) written by key followers of Jesus to various churches, groups, or people.
  • The concluding book is Revelation, known for its vivid end-time prophecy.

For more specific information, see the overview of books in the Bible.

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