Bible | New Testament | King James Bible


The Bible is the world-famous Holy Scriptures of Christianity and more precisely – the fundamental religious scriptures of different traditions or confessions of Christianity.

It may serve and has served for the last 2000 years as a book of Divine inspiration and wisdom for devoted religious Christians, aspiring idealists and philosophers.

And probably, very little introduction would be necessary for a devout religious Christians...

What you see in front of you – is believed to be The New Testament of the Bible

consisting of all 27 Books of it, listed below in full, the well-known 4 Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, pastoral Epistles of  Paul, Peter and other Apostles, the First disciples of Jesus Christ,

the English translation used – is that of King James Version Bible – translated from old Greek into English during the years 1604 – 1611 – being one of the oldest and most authoritative  version of English language Bible up to our days.

It has been read and quoted very extensively during last four hundred years. Now you are welcome to join the celebration and find your quote or Divine inspiration...

A few words more I would add for those unfamiliar with the Bible, the New Testament and may be Christian tradition in close at all...

While the short introduction above would be sufficient for Christians and for those well-educated in religions, we should always keep in mind we do live in an age of great corruption of virtues, morals, religions and the knowledge thereof... as well as the fact that not all my readers live in the traditional Christian countries...

So, the word Bible – came from the old Greek word τὰ βιβλία, tà biblía, meaning "the books" – and indeed, the Bible is not something homogenous – it’s a collection of many Books,

which has come down to us during long span of time, through many inspired prophets, kings, ancient historians – first of Jewish decent –

and later on continued – by the closest disciples and devotees of Jesus Christ...

Accordingly – the Bible consists of 2 big collections of Books – those Before Jesus Christ and After... they are named respectively – The Old Testament and New Testament...

Jesus Christ is considered the Divine incarnation in flash, the Word incarnated and the fulfilment of the old Jewish religious scriptures and history and the Saviour long expected by his devotees.

And of course, this was a great turning point in the old Hebrew religious tradition.

- Most teachings and doctrines of Christian faith – stems from the New Testament – the new collection of Books – published here on the following pages...

While religious scriptures written Before Jesus Christ – the collection of Old Testament – contains mostly books important to Jewish nation –

their Old (and often cruel and strange ) Laws and Hebrew traditions and preserved stories from the ancient Jewish wars, kings, often bloodshed and often very little wisdom and virtue....

but also some faith in the God, the creator, and expectations for some powerful Saviour and leader of Jewish nation to come at some distant point in the future....

This is the Jewish national religion even today – called Judaism... Judaism doesn’t believe in Jesus Christ, and their Holy Scriptures – are the Books of the Old Testament...

But Christians – believe Jesus Christ was the Saviour expected from old, the New Continuation of Jewish story...

It is described in the New Testament books – the stories, teachings and memories from the life of Jesus Christ – retold by His closest devotees – and their teachings and preaching...

In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus Christ Himself tells many times to his disciples – You were told of old to do so...But I am telling you even more....

So – there is a gap between teachings and virtues of the times of Old Testament and New Testament... It is a continuation... it’s not something completely new and different – but a continuation in new quality and better virtues...

Why am I telling all this?!

- Because I know for sure and from my own experience too – that most non-religious people who start to read the Bible – do it in a wrong way....

- They start reading Bible – from the beginning – that is – starting from the Old Testament...

and after reading through a bunch of pages – of low morals, shamelessness, wars, cruel kings, bloodshed of ancient Jewish Nation –

- People get tired, close the book – and often become passionate critics and enemies of Christian Religion – while they never read toward the place where the New Testament and Christ’s teachings begin...

So – The Old Testament is also a part of the Bible – it precedes the New Testament of Christian teachings and very often leads people into a deep confusion...

That’s the reason why I do not publish Old Testament scriptures – and do not plan to publish.... They are just an ancient history of Jewish nation....

While Teaching of Jesus Christ are contained into New Testament published here...Christianity is a world-wide religion, while Jewish history is mostly important to the Jews themselves and it is called Judaism...

The New Testament

  1. St. Matthew
    The Gospel according to St. Matthew
  2. St. Mark
    The Gospel according to St. Mark
  3. St. Luke
    The Gospel according to St. Luke
  4. St. John
    The Gospel according to St. John
  5. Acts
    The Acts of the Apostles
  6. Romans
    The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans
  7. 1 Corinthians
    The First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians
  8. 2 Corinthians
    The Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians
  9. Galatians
    The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Galatians
  10. Ephesians
    The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians
  11. Philippians
    The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Philippians
  12. Colossians
    The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Colossians
  13. 1 Thessalonians
    The First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Thessalonians
  14. 2 Thessalonians
    The Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Thessalonians
  15. 1 Timothy
    The First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Timothy
  16. 2 Timothy
    The Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle to Timothy
  17. Titus
    The Epistle of Paul to Titus
  18. Philemon
    The Epistle of Paul to Philemon
  19. Hebrews
    The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Hebrews
  20. James
    The General Epistle of James
  21. 1 Peter
    The First Epistle General of Peter
  22. 2 Peter
    The Second Epistle General of Peter
  23. 1 John
    The First Epistle General of John
  24. 2 John
    The Second Epistle of John
  25. 3 John
    The Third Epistle of John
  26. Jude
    The General Epistle of Jude
  27. Revelation
    The Revelation of St. John the Divine