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What happened between the Old Testament and the New Testament?

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None were present in the Old Testament. Where did they come from? And countless events not mentioned in the New Testament had a profound impact on the world of Jesus, such as the Maccabean revolt, the rise of the Essenes, the dominance of the Greek language, and the rise of the Roman Empire. read more

Malachi, the last book in the Old Testament, was most likely written roughly around 400 B.C. A reasonable date for the beginning of John the Baptist's ministry, considered the beginning of the New Testament period, is the early part of 26 A.D. (shortly before Jesus' ministry began in the Fall). read more

That is why New Testament quotations of Old Testament verses are sometimes in different words -- because they come from the Greek translation. The Septuagint is still in existence today, and is widely used in various parts of the world. read more

The 400 years of silence refers to the time between the Old Testament and New Testaments, during which God did not speak to the Jewish people. The 400 years of silence began with the warning that closed the Old Testament: “Behold, I am going to send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and terrible day of the LORD. read more

4 Things You Need to Know to Read the New Testament Well. ZA Blog on February 22nd, 2016. Tagged under New Testament,Old Testament,Online Courses. read more

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