The New Testament is a library of 27 books. Each book is a different type of literature—gospels, history, Paul’s epistles, general epistles, or prophecy. Knowing where the books fit in the Bible library helps us locate them and better understand what they teach us.
Learning the books of the New Testament library is easier when you use 27! The names of the books are printed in an easy-to-read font across the "2” and "7.” Each division of the Bible library is a different color to make the sections quick and easy to see.
Note: Although the Bible does not definitively identify the writer of the book of Hebrews, many scholars believe it to be the apostle Paul. Therefore, we group Hebrews with Paul’s epistles, but we include an asterisk to denote the uncertainty. Great for students of all ages-even adults who may not have had the opportunity to learn the names of the books when they were young.
2 11” x 17” pieces