Christianity regards the Holy Bible as the Word of God. Split into two distinct sections, the Old and New Testaments, it consists of sixty-six smaller books written over a period of nearly 1500 years. The Old Testament records the dealings of the One, Triune God with His people Israel. It contains history, poetry and prophecy and is unique in its view of the universe. The New Testament centres around the person of Jesus Christ, who is viewed as the fulfilment of all the promises given in the Old Testament. In addition, the New Testament tells of the beginnings of Christianity and lays down the foundational teachings for the Christian life. For more detailed information on what the Bible is, take a look at the article “What is the Bible?” on Biblica.com
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