The Tanakh (Hebrew Scriptures) and New
Testament together in one complete book. It is written in a Hebrew
context from Genesis to Revelation and includes notes, glossary, maps,
and more. The New
Testament is Jewish literature, written by first-century Jews, so it
deserves to be studied in its Jewish context.
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For at least ten years, the first followers of Jesus were Jews,
and Christianity has its roots in the Bible of God's chosen people. Jesus's death and
resurrection was not the beginning of a new religion but the fulfillment of
the covenant God made with his people in Jeremiah 31:31-34.
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