This is a list of resources for studying the New Testament, especially the life and gospel of Jesus Christ. Some of these New Testament studies include charts, FAQs, detailed articles, lists, and even a quiz.
This New Testament study is a chronology of the birth and life of Jesus Christ. This resource is of the first half of the Savior's life which includes His birth, boyhood, and maturity into manhood, as well as some significant events regarding John the Baptist as he prepared the way for Jesus.
Many people assume that Jesus Christ was born on December 25th because that's when Christmas is celebrated worldwide. But is that really when Jesus was born? Find out in this New Testament study about the birth of Jesus Christ.
This New Testament study resource is a chart of the Savior's last week which covers Christ's Atonement, death, and resurrection. This resource for studying the New Testament is great for your own personal study or to use as a handout for a New Testament Bible class or study group.
This New Testament study resource explains the Atonement of Jesus Christ and gives six aspects of Christ's sacrifice. This detailed article is an excellent addition to New Testament studies to help understand more fully the Atonement of Jesus Christ.
This resource for studying the New Testament gives a list of the last words of Jesus Christ which He spoke while upon the cross. The list contains Christ's last seven statements or utterances on the cross as well as some related New Testament studies and quotes.
In the New Testament we study that Jesus Christ taught that He would be resurrected three days after His death, which occurred on the following Sunday after His death, but how do three full days fit in between His death and resurrection? Find out in this post about when Jesus Christ was resurrected.
This detailed article is a great New Testament study resource to learn more about the resurrection of Jesus Christ and how this glorious event affects all of mankind.
This New Testament Bible study resource gives a list of prophets from the New Testament, including Christ's apostles, which we know from modern revelation (as explained in a related article), are also considered prophets, seers, and revelators.
If you'd like to begin a New Testament studies program, you'll need access to the Bible. This articles explains how you can request a free copy of the Bible, or access and study the New Testament online.
How well have you studied the New Testament? Take this little New Testament quiz to test your knowledge and then learn more.
Don't miss out on these additional New Testament study resources where you'll find New Testament study guides and manuals, New Testament study techniques, reading and goal charts, New Testament study calculators, and more.