Video from Theopolis Institute
Continuing our new series in the Book of Revelation, Peter Leithart discusses the surprising structure of the book as it unveils Jesus Christ.
The Bible is one book, composed of two testaments: The Old and the New. There are thirty-nine books, the Old Testament is God’s unfolding promise to his covenant people Israel. With twenty-seven books, the New Testament fulfills all the promises of the Old Testament in Christ, for Jew and Gentile alike. The New Testament explains the person and work of Christ by showing how he fulfills the Old Testament. Together these two testaments are in literary unity, progressively revealing Christ.