A brief description of sections of the application is specified below.
The main theme of the Gospel of Matthew is the life and preaching of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. The Gospel of Matthew is designated for a Jewish audience.
The Gospel of Mark is the second book of the New Testament. Mark is the most concise among the four Gospels.
Luke is the third book of the New Testament. In the text of the Gospel of Luke there is any indication on the identity of the author. The ancient tradition of the Church believes that the anonymous author of the Gospel is, Luke, a disciple of the Apostle Paul.
The Gospel of John differs in content from the other Gospels of the New Testament. According to legend, the disciples of John the Evangelist asked his teacher to write about the life of Jesus.
«Acts of the Apostles» - the book of the New Testament that tells us about the events that took place after the evangelical. Traditionally, it is believed that the author of Acts is the Apostle Luke.
The Romans addressed to Christian community of the capital of the Empire, which consisted mostly of converted pagans. The Romans contains many important provisions, which had great significance for the development of Christian theology.
Epistle to the Corinthians is the book of the New Testament, addressed to the Christian community of the Greek city of Corinth. The Epistle to Corinthians contains Paul's intention to go to Corinth the second time.
Epistle to the Galatians is written by the Apostle Paul and addressed to the Christian community and Galatia. Epistle to the Galatians directed against Jewish Christianity.
Epistle to the Ephesians is addressed to the Gentile Christians of Asia Minor city of Ephesus. Ephesians was written during Paul's imprisonment at Caesarea.
Epistle to the Philippians is written in Rome. In Epistle to the Philippians is stated that Paul sends greetings from the «Caesar's household».
Epistle to the Colossians is the instruction for Colossians community in the faith in Jesus Christ.
Thessalonians was written after a visiting of Athens by Paul. Epistle to the Thessalonians was known by the ancient fathers of the Church.
The main theme of the Epistle to Timothy was a struggle with false teachers and exhortations of a decent Christian life. Also from the Epistle to Timothy can be seen that the church hierarchy was clearly stood out in the Ephesian church.
Epistle to Titus is usually called pastoral letter, because it contains the instructions. Epistle to Titus dates from 66 year.
Epistle to Philemon is the shortest epistle of the Apostle Paul; it has only 335 words. The authenticity of the Philemon is not in doubt.
Epistle to Hebrews is addressed to the baptized Hebrews in order to confirm them in the faith. Hebrews contains numerous warnings against apostasy.
The central idea of the Epistle of James is «faith without works is dead». Epistle of James shows that true faith must necessarily be expressed in works of charity and Christian love.
The author of the Epistle of Peter calls himself in the first verse - Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ. Peter is addressed to Christians of Asia Minor, whose faith was severely tested.
The main theme of the Epistle of John is love of God and teachings of Jesus. Epistle of John is addressed to wide circle of Christians.
Jude is one of the shortest books of the New Testament and consists of only one chapter. Epistle of Jude is addressed to Jewish Christians.
The Revelation is the name of last book of the New Testament. The Revelation describes the events preceding the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to the earth, to be followed by numerous disasters and miracles.