The New Testament: As It Was Written, commentary

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Saint Paul the Apostle, Valentin de Boulogne, c. 1619

In 2016, my church emphasized reading through The New Testament:  As It Was Written.  As I read, I made comments and asked a lot of questions about the text, as I usually do when I read.

The order in which the New Testament books and letters, or epistles, were written* appears below, each with its link to my commentary for that reading.  Also, each page features a world-renown work of art thematic to the reading.


50 A.D. – James

52-53 A.D. – First Thessalonians

52-53 A.D. – Second Thessalonians

55 A.D. – Galatians

57 A.D. – First Corinthians

57 A.D. – Second Corinthians

57-58 A.D. – Romans

62-63 A.D. – Philippians

62-63 A.D. – Colossians

62-63 A.D. – Philemon

62-63 A.D. – Ephesians

63 A.D. – Luke

64 A.D. – Acts

65 A.D. – First Timothy

65 A.D. – Titus

66 A.D. – Second Timothy

66 A.D. – Mark

67 A.D. – Matthew

67 A.D. – Hebrews

67-68 A.D. – First Peter

68 A.D. – Second Peter

68 A.D. – Jude

85 A.D. – John

90-95 A.D. – Letters of John

95 A.D. – Revelation


* The order is only an approximation.  Dates vary by sources.

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