Question of the Week: What order is the Bible set in?
Verses: Luke 1:1-5, Genesis 2:4
The Bible is set into 3 categories for both the Old and New Testament. The first section is history, which focuses on the events that took place in history. The Old Testament historical section is Genesis through Esther. The New Testament history is Matthew through Acts. The second section is Poetry, where historical facts are still recorded, but the focus is on the individual perspectives of the people who lived through them. The Old Testament Poetry is Job through Song of Solomon, and The New Testament is Romans through Jude. The final section is Prophecy, where God’s perspective is emphasized more than any other. The Old Testament prophetic section is Isaiah through Malachi, and The New Testament book of prophecy is Revelation.
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