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Pronunciation: [njˈuː tˈɛstəmənt] (IPA)

The New Testament, also known as the Christian Bible, is a collection of texts written in Greek during the first century AD. It contains stories and teachings about the life, teachings, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Synonyms for the New Testament include the Christian Scriptures, the Gospel, and the Holy Scriptures. These terms all refer to the same collection of texts, but each has a slightly different connotation. The Christian Scriptures emphasizes the religious significance of the texts, while the Gospel refers specifically to the life and teachings of Jesus. The Holy Scriptures is a more general term, encompassing both the Old and New Testaments of the Christian Bible.

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  • The ideal "Life of Jesus" [biography] at the close of the nineteenth century is the "Life" which Heinrich Julius Holtzmann did not write — but which can be pieced together from his commentary on the synoptic gospels and his new testament theology. It is ideal because, for one thing, it is unwritten, and arises only in the idea of the reader by the aid of his own imagination, and, for another, because it is traced only in the most general outline.
    Albert Schweitzer

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