The Protestant Bible contains sixty-six books divided between the Old (39) and New (27) Testaments. These books contain the history and messages of God's people from the beginning in the Garden of Eden until about 100 AD. The primary focus of each book is God's plan of salvation. How that plays out with the major characters and settings can make a great difference into what is said.
The outlines for each of the books comes from the Lutheran Study Bible published by Concordia Publishing House.
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